Thomson Reuters is proud to present: Pathways to Power
What if I'm different from the norm?
What if no one is sponsoring me?
How do I ensure that I am able to reach my potential?
Justine Lutterodt, Director of the Centre for Synchronous Leadership, explores these common concerns and provides a long-term view of what sets apart those whose careers accelerate from those who get stifled / stuck. In doing so, she discusses some of the specific challenges faced by employees, along with strategies for overcoming them. This interactive session includes a combination of insight, case examples, and practical takeaways.
Key note speech by John Finch, Chief Technology Officer, Financial and Risk, Thomson Reuters
Please note, this event will commence prompty at 5.30pm. Entry to this event will close at 6pm.
Justine Lutterodt FRSA is Director of the Centre for Synchronous Leadership. She brings to her practice fifteen years of experience working with senior leaders from professional services and Fortune 500 companies. Her project work has been recognised for its innovative design and high impact, receiving BiTC awards in 2013 and 2014.
Outside of CSL client work Justine is an international conference speaker, an occasional lecturer, and a contributor to several community initiatives such as Your Future, Your Ambition. Her thought pieces on ethical leadership have been featured at the World Economic Forum on three separate occasions. Justine serves as an advisory board member for the University of East London School of Business and Law and as an executive committee member of the BAME Network of Networks (TNON). She is also a judge for Opportunity Now and chairs the judging process for the Diversity Legal Awards. In January 2016, Justine was named one of Britain’s most influential black entrepreneurs by BE Mogul. Justine holds an MSc from LSE in Organisational Psychology and a BA from Yale in Maths and Philosophy, both with distinction.
John Finch joined Thomson Reuters in March 2016 as Chief Technology Officer for Financial and Risk. He leads a global team of people who develop and support the products and services we deliver to customers across the world. Previously John was the CIO of the Bank of England, the central bank of the UK, leading all projects, data and technology activity. Before the Bank of England, John was Global CIO at Experian. John has worked in banking, FMCG, telecoms and human capital management in product development and technology roles. John has also worked abroad in North America and Kuwait City.
John is married (to Hilary) with one 19 year old daughter (Beth), who is studying Psychology at Warwick University. They live near Stamford, in a village called Helpston, in Cambridgeshire. John is a huge Bruce Springsteen fan – John has been to over 100 of his concerts including at least one in every continent of the world. John is also a big fan of the England cricket team and go to see them in test matches as often as possible.
John is a Trustee of Nottingham University, a global top 75 University, sitting on Council and Audit and Risk Committee. John also provides strategic technology advice to the Royal Society of Medicine.