Purpose-Inspired Leadership & Culture

Companies around the world are struggling with issues of productivity, leadership development, accountability, engagement, misconduct and a general failure to meet their potential. Those that align behaviors to sustainable, human values and conduct business with integrity outperform and deliver disproportionate long-term value. These resources will help show you HOW.

  • 2018 The State of Moral Leadership in Business

    2018 The State of Moral Leadership in Business

    A recent study conducted at LRN reveals that U.S. workers across all industries and occupations yearn for moral leadership from their managers and from those at the top of their companies.

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  • Companies Do Not Have to Sacrifice Ethics for Competitiveness: Dov Seidman Interview in Crain’s New York Business

    Companies Do Not Have to Sacrifice Ethics for Competitiveness: Dov Seidman Interview in Crain’s New York Business

    In this Q&A with our Founder and CEO, Dov Seidman’s message is clear: moral leadership and behavior generate a competitive advantage and help deliver better performance. Given the every-day...

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  • The HOW Report 2016

    The HOW Report 2016

    The HOW Report is based on comprehensive data collected from 16,000 employees in 17 countries. We found that Self-Governing Organizations, whose employees are inspired by a desire for significance and

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  • Skip Pritchard Interview with Dov Seidman: How We Do Anything Means Everything

    Skip Pritchard Interview with Dov Seidman: How We Do Anything Means Everything

    In this far-ranging interview, Skip Prichard, an accomplished CEO, growth-oriented business leader, and keynote speaker, probes LRN CEO Dov Seidman for answers—and inspiration—about leadership,...

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  • LRN Case Study: Bluegreen

    LRN Case Study: Bluegreen

    Learn how LRN helped Bluegreen Vacations define their purpose and values. We worked together to create the "Share Happiness" mission statement. Based on 4 core values of care, trust, passion, and humi

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  • “Four Pillars of Moral Leadership” is Part of Fortune’s 2017 Change the World issue

    “Four Pillars of Moral Leadership” is Part of Fortune’s 2017 Change the World issue

    The following article is a shortened version of “Four Pillars of Moral Leadership” – the full version is available in Fortune’s “Change the World” issue dated Sept. 15, 2017.   The animating...

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  • LRN Case Study: Kelloggs

    LRN Case Study: Kelloggs

    Kellogg turned to LRN when they determined that they wanted to do more to assure their ethics and compliance training did not become a “check-the-box” exercise.

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  • Dov Seidman quoted in NYT Opinion by Thomas Friedman: “How Mark Zuckerberg Can Save Facebook — and Us.”

    Dov Seidman quoted in NYT Opinion by Thomas Friedman: “How Mark Zuckerberg Can Save Facebook — and Us.”

    As Tom Friedman writes in his March 27, 2018 opinion column, we’ve entered the second inning of one of the world’s great technological leaps, the implications of which we’re just beginning to...

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  • How and Why Leaders Should Create Transparent Cultures

    How and Why Leaders Should Create Transparent Cultures

    This is excerpted from an article originally published by The Anti-Corruption Report on May 2, 2018. Transparency in an organization can be a critical “early-warning system” for compliance...

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  • LRN Findings in Forbes: “How to Deliver Moral Leadership to Employees”

    LRN Findings in Forbes: “How to Deliver Moral Leadership to Employees”

    As an executive coach and author John Baldoni writes in this April 12, 2018 article in Forbes, “Americans have looked to clergy for moral guidance. People desiring moral clarity seek comfort in...

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  • Is Your Ethical Culture on Auto-Pilot?

    Is Your Ethical Culture on Auto-Pilot?

    At the ECI’s Annual Impact Conference in Baltimore, LRN led a discussion with two eminent ethics officers on 10 practical ways to operationalize an ethics and compliance (E&C) program. Too many...

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  • The Moral Imperative of Leadership: CEO Daily

    The Moral Imperative of Leadership: CEO Daily

    In this edition of CEO Daily, Fortune’s Alan Murray addresses how  CEOs are answering the call for moral leadership and the imperative to adapt to new social and political expectations. The recent...

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  • Helping others succeed: Gratitude for the Bank that taught me the HOW of Flourishing

    Helping others succeed: Gratitude for the Bank that taught me the HOW of Flourishing

    I worked at BMO Financial Group, Canada’s oldest bank and one of the top 10 largest financial institutions in North America, for more than 13 years before I came to LRN in 2016. The more I get to...

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  • Principled Performance: Five Questions with Dov Seidman

    Principled Performance: Five Questions with Dov Seidman

    In a recent interview with Interbrand Chief Marketing Officer Andrea Sullivan, LRN CEO Dov Seidman talks about purpose-inspired and values-based corporate cultures, leadership and governance that...

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  • Know Your Character

    Know Your Character

    In LRN’s recently released report on the State of Moral Leadership in Business, a clear portrait appears of the kind of leader that will thrive in the context of today’s hyper-transparent and...

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  • Taking Ethical Leadership Beyond the Basics

    Taking Ethical Leadership Beyond the Basics

      Authors: Mike Eichenwald and Jan Stanley Stop by most compliance conferences these days and you’ll likely hear a few common keys to building an ethical culture within your organization. Sure,...

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  • LRN CEO Dov Seidman quoted in This The New York Times Op-Ed

    LRN CEO Dov Seidman quoted in This The New York Times Op-Ed

    In this article by columnist Tom Friedman, “Where Did ‘We the People’ Go?,” LRN CEO Dov Seidman is quoted, answering the question, “what’s happening to America?” “What we’re experiencing is an...

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  • LRN’s Mike Eichenwald and Jan Stanley on Building Cultures of Trust — Human Resource Executive

    LRN’s Mike Eichenwald and Jan Stanley on Building Cultures of Trust — Human Resource Executive

    Despite a common understanding of the many benefits of trust in a workplace culture, the challenges of establishing a trust-based organization have never been greater. This difficulty often comes...

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