What does it take to be a leader in these uncertain times, when actions are publicly scrutinised? Interviewed by Guto Harri in this episode packed with insight, Tracey Groves, Founder and CEO of Intelligent Ethics, explores topics ranging from how to lead with purpose, build a sustainable culture and instill trust, to the importance of gender parity and diversity of thought.

I think it takes a huge amount of bravery and courage to be what I call a humble hero, as a leader. To be able to know when you’ve got it wrong, to demonstrate the level of humility, but also to show a level of confidence in a very uncertain and volatile world that we live in.


As the Founder and CEO of Intelligent Ethics, Tracey helps business leaders define and embrace what ‘doing the right thing’ means for them using behaviours, culture and building trust as critical levers for change. She support leaders of organisations to unlock high performance and business integrity by designing and developing enhanced risk-based corporate governance and integrity frameworks with ethics at the heart. Her focus is to help executive and management teams think differently about ethics as a business differentiator; to help to develop adaptive leaders and design an optimal culture that will re-build internal and external trust.

All opinions are the participants’ own, and do not represent those of Hanover Communications.