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The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has released a new season of its Bank Notes podcast entitled “Banking Culture Reform: Building Cultures of Curiosity and Learning.” The Bank Notes podcast is part of the New York Fed's Governance and Culture Reform Initiative, which aims to drive improvements in the management of culture and conduct concerns in the financial services industry.

The four-episode series explores various techniques for cultivating organizational cultures that encourage curiosity, enable employees to speak up, and address factors hindering optimal performance. It features appearances from several experts, including behavioral risk management pioneer Wieke Scholten and the Behavioural Insights Team's Michael Hallsworth and Scott Young.

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