Does business serve God or mammon?

Audience
clergy, lay

What's the impact of our business on other people, the planet and ourselves?  Whom exactly are we serving a work - customers, management or God?

Jeus said that we can't serve both God and mammon.

What did he mean and which values, behaviours and outcomes will result in us receiving the accolade in Matthew 25: Well done, good and faithfull servant?

We will hear from four godly thought-leaders - with time to question, reflect and discuss - to enable you to create your response to this central question for Christians in business.

More details and booking at www.thinkfaith.net/business17

Tickets are £50 including lunch, reduced-fee places are available, contact Cal Bailey in confidence on cal.bailey9@gmail.com (link sends e-mail) or 07504 658602 to discuss.

Speakers

Revd Andrew Baughen

Vicar of Saint James Clerkenwell, Honorary Visiting Fellow at Cass Business School and former management consultant in banking strategy.

Stewart Davies

CEO of an AIM-listed plc in the Environmental Services sector, with 30 years' experience in the petrochemical, steel and cement industries - and Lay Reader in the Church of England.

Jill Garrett

Executive Director of Tentpeg Consulting, an authority on leadership development and team effectiveness and former European Managing Director of Gallup.

Professor Prabhu Guptara

Independent board member, board consultant and keynote speaker on the implications of global trends for organisational strategy.

Date and Time
Saturday, November 4, 2017 - 09:30
Venue
Bradford Cathedral
Episcopal Area
Bradford