St Paul's Institute

Dr Eve Poole

Dr Eve Poole read Theology at Durham, before working for the Church Commissioners. She left to study full-time for an MBA, then became a management consultant with Deloitte, where she specialised in the financial services industry. In 2002 she joined the faculty at Ashridge Business School, to teach leadership and ethics. She has a Cambridge PhD in Theology and Capitalism.

Eve is Chair of Faith in Business at Ridley Hall and Chair of the Board of Governors at Gordonstoun. She is also an Associate Research Fellow at the William Temple Foundation. Her books include The Church on Capitalism and Ethical Leadership (with Carla Millar), both Palgrave 2010. Her most recent book Capitalism's Toxic Assumptions was published with Bloomsbury in March 2015. @evepoole

Articles and Opinions by this author

Reflections, 10 Years On

Further thoughts on lessons from the Financial Crisis   More »

Posted: 30 Aug 2017

Meaningful Working

Much of life is taken up working - so what does meaningful work mean, exactly?   More »

Posted: 16 Nov 2016