Instructors

People - Stephen Green (c)           

Lord Stephen K. Green has been described by the Wall Street Journal as in "a universe of one"--he ran one of the world's top banks, he is an author and he is an ordained non-stipendary minister in the Church of England.  This is a unique combination.  Lord Green is former Group Chief Executive and Group Chairman of HSBC, Holdings plc.  HSBC is one of the world’s largest banks, with 250,000 employees and generating $80 billion in revenue.

He was created a Life Peer in 2010 and was appointed Minister of State for Trade and Investment on 11 January 2011.  He retired from this position on 9 December 2013.  Lord Green began his career in 1970 with the British Government’s Ministry of Overseas Development.  In 1977, he joined McKinsey & Co Inc, management consultants, with whom he undertook assignments in Europe, North America and the Middle East.  

Stephen Green has written four books -- Serving God? Serving Mammon? [1996], Good Value, Choosing a Better Life in Business [2009], Reluctant Meister - How Germany's Past is Shaping its European Future [2014] and The European Identity - Historical and Cultural Realities We Cannot Deny [2015]. Stephen Green is married with two daughters.He was educated at Lancing College, Sussex, and at Oxford University where he graduated in 1969 with a BA (First Class Honours) in Politics, Philosophy and Economics.  He also obtained a Masters Degree in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1975.

People - Michael Lloyd

Revd Dr. Michael Lloyd is the Principal of Wycliffe Hall and was formerly the chaplain at The Queen’s College, University of Oxford and the Director of Studies in Theology at Christ’s College, Cambridge University. Dr Lloyd has taught theology and doctrine at the University of Oxford, Cambridge University and St Paul’s Theological Centre, London.  He has published the popular introduction Café Theology and has a particular interest in the doctrine of evil, the problem of pain - and an inexplicable love of cricket.

Michael is the author of a popular-level systematic theology, entitled Cafe Theology, and a regular contributor to a theological podcast called The GodPod. He wrote his doctoral thesis on the Problem of Evil, and helped edit a book on the Problem of Evil in the light of evolutionary theory and modern genetics. He loves walking, theatre, puppetry and music – and has an inexplicable love of cricket. A friend once said of him that he has the unique ability simultaneously to raise and lower the tone of any conversation. 

People - Karl Moore 2013

Karl Moore, Ph.D. has been ranked among the top twenty management thinkers in the world.  He is renowned for his engaging presentations.  He brings together theory and practice:  he is widely respected as for his academic research and writings and he is equally comfortable hobnobbing with CEOs and high profile entrepreneurs running billion-dollar companies.  Karl is Associate Professor, Desautels Faculty of Management & Associate Professor, Dept. of Neurology & Neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine McGill University.  He is also an Associate Fellow, Green Templeton College, Oxford University.

He has taught extensively in leading executive education/MBA programs around the world including: Oxford, Cambridge, INSEAD, Cornell, Duke, LBS, Skolkovo (Moscow), RSM (Holland), Queens, McGill, IIM Bangalore (India), Renmin (Beijing), and Darden. An active consultant Dr. Moore has worked with Air Canada, British Airways, IATA, Lufthansa, Nokia, IBM, Volvo, HP, Motorola, Accenture, Morgan Stanley and other firms.  Dr. Moore's publications include over two hundred articles, books, chapters in books, and papers. His research has been published in a number of leading journals.

 People - Philip Ng

 

Philip Ng* is Chairman of Far East Organization (FEO) in Singapore.  FEO is the largest private property developer in Singapore. It has two listed subsidiaries, Far East Orchard Limited and Yeo Hiap Seng Limited. It also has a sister company, Sino Group, one of the largest property developers in Hong Kong.  FEO has developed 750 properties in Singapore, including those in Orchard Road, Singapore's premier shopping and entertainment district.  FEO produces one in every six houses sold to the public. It is the only developer in the world to win ten FIABCI Prix d'Excellence Awards, the highest honour in international real estate.  FEO has a total of 13,000 employees in Singapore and worldwide.

Philip Ng, along with his brother Robert, according to Bloomberg, have an estimated net worth of US$9.8 billion. They ranked No. 131 in the Forbes list of richest on a worldwide scale.Philip Ng has publicly declared FEO to be a “Christian Enterprise.” He is making a stand on values—and is committed to living them out. His approach is a challenge to Christians and non-Christians alike throughout the world. Click HERE. to read the blog post titled, "Philip Ng, Chairman, Far East Organization:  A Billionaire Family's Christian Enterprise."

*NOTE:  In 2018 Philip Ng will be participating via video conference.