Entries by Carol Pocklington

Position Your Board And CEO For A Corporate Governance Win

There have been enough inquiries, reams of paper, and stacks of books written, yet we still see shocking headlines outing bad (often criminal) behavior in the corporate world. With so much information available to address corporate governance, why is there still no understanding that the behavioral styles of executives and the resulting actions are central […]

Advisors: Are You Fooled By Your Own Bias?

Pioneering research in the psychology of investing, now known as behavioral finance, by Nobel Peace Prize winners Daniel Khaneman and Amos Tversky, and other leading academics, has highlighted key investment behavior insights. These insights are all a dimension of a person’s financial personality. Understanding a person’s financial personality, whether advisor or investor, informs the degree […]