LRN Blog

Read the latest perspectives on all things ethics and compliance from LRN's own thought leaders.

  • Striking the Right Tone is Essential in Anti-Sexual Harassment Training

    Striking the Right Tone is Essential in Anti-Sexual Harassment Training

    New laws in New York and Delaware mandate organizations to enact sexual harassment prevention policies and to develop training for employees.

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  • Compliance's Challenge: Making Inroads With The Board

    Compliance's Challenge: Making Inroads With The Board

    LRN's David Greenberg partnered with Russell Reynolds Associates for a webcast dedicated to understanding the true dynamics between Boards of Directors and the companies they oversee.

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  • Culture and Trust are Keys to Confronting AI Challenges and Opportunities

    Culture and Trust are Keys to Confronting AI Challenges and Opportunities

    LRN CEO Dov Seidman and Accenture Chief Technology & Innovation Officer Paul Daugherty discussed the unprecedented implications of the burgeoning relationship between humans and machines.

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  • A CEO Performance Review Like No Other

    A CEO Performance Review Like No Other

    LRN’s Experiment with an Open 360 Review of our CEO LRN prides itself on striving to walk its own talk. Underlying our core values is a focus on transparency and vulnerability. Being vulnerable...

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  • To Tackle Gray Areas, Train Employees to Do the Right Thing - Article in Chief Learning Officer

    To Tackle Gray Areas, Train Employees to Do the Right Thing - Article in Chief Learning Officer

    To avoid workplace scandal, companies must move away from “check the box” training and toward corporate learning that encourages ethical behavior. Here are a few ways companies can do just that.

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  • Webcast Replay: How Your Ethics & Compliance Program Can Help Business Leaders Make Better Decisions

    Webcast Replay: How Your Ethics & Compliance Program Can Help Business Leaders Make Better Decisions

    Listen to three leading industry executives discuss strategies on how operationalizing their E&C programs directly into the business has positively impacted decision-making at all levels.

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  • Board Oversight of Ethics and Compliance: What’s Really Happening on the Ground

    Board Oversight of Ethics and Compliance: What’s Really Happening on the Ground

    We found a big disconnect between boards of directors and their ethics and compliance (E&C) responsibilities. Here's what 26 Chief Ethics and Compliance Officers shared about board oversight.

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  • 2 Ways To Make Compliance Training More Effective

    2 Ways To Make Compliance Training More Effective

    Ethics and compliance training can difficult. Here are two ways organizations can make compliance training more effective for employees: clear communication and practice.

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  • How One of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies Launched an Ethics & Compliance Program Based on Values, not Rules

    How One of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies Launched an Ethics & Compliance Program Based on Values, not Rules

    Pacific Dental Services® (PDS®), one of the leading dental support organizations in the U.S., has been growing rapidly in recent years, adding 80 supported offices per year..

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  • Using Reasoned Action to Change Beliefs & Behavior

    Using Reasoned Action to Change Beliefs & Behavior

    As my colleague Dov Seidman says, in our hyperconnected and interdependent world, behavior – all the ways we communicate, govern, operate, relate and make decisions – can be competitive advantage...

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  • 3 Resources: How to Operationalize Ethics & Compliance Programs into Business Operations

    3 Resources: How to Operationalize Ethics & Compliance Programs into Business Operations

    Here are three resources where organizations can learn how to take the reins and operationalize ethics and compliance training into their own business operations.

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  • Pregnancy Discrimination: Is Your Organization Prepared?

    Pregnancy Discrimination: Is Your Organization Prepared?

    Recent headlines and chronicles of widespread discrimination against pregnant women in the workforce bring to light stories of inequitable treatment during pregnancy that is rarely talked about but...

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  • Corporate Apologies and What Starbucks is Doing Well

    Corporate Apologies and What Starbucks is Doing Well

    There is no shortage of corporate apologies these days, but few as authentic and productive as Starbucks in responding to their latest corporate scandal. I believe corporations and individuals...

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  • Laying Bricks or Building Cathedrals

    Laying Bricks or Building Cathedrals

    It’s become increasingly rare to find a company that doesn’t measure employee engagement. The result, which usually comes down to a combination of how loyal an employee is to their organization...

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  • Make a Conscious Change to Battle Unconscious Biases

    Make a Conscious Change to Battle Unconscious Biases

    Over the past few weeks, the aftermath of the “Incident at Starbucks” has had a catalyzing effect on the organization, which prompted it to publicly recommit to its core values, its social...

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  • Training Alone Will Not Shift Behavior – My Presentation at SCCE

    Training Alone Will Not Shift Behavior – My Presentation at SCCE

    I had the distinct honor of opening SCCE’s San Francisco Compliance & Ethics Forum on May 18th with a session entitled #SHIFT Happened. My presentation showcased the trends and enhancements in...

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  • New York Companies Will Have to Provide Anti-Sexual Harassment Training: What Kind of Training Will Really Work?

    New York Companies Will Have to Provide Anti-Sexual Harassment Training: What Kind of Training Will Really Work?

    New York City and New York State legislation will require companies, even very small ones, to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees. This probably has a lot of business...

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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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  • 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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  • FCPA COMPLIANCE REPORT-EPISODE 382, SUSAN DIVERS ON LRN’S 2018 PROGRAM EFFECTIVENESS REPORT

    FCPA COMPLIANCE REPORT-EPISODE 382, SUSAN DIVERS ON LRN’S 2018 PROGRAM EFFECTIVENESS REPORT

    Recorded on April 17, 2018 In this episode Susan Divers, Senior Advisor at LRN, returns to talk about LRN’s 2018 Program Effectiveness Report, which demonstrates that programs focused on values...

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