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Boards Need to Confront Ethical Questions About Artificial Intelligence
A new report outlines nine challenges boards face regarding the use of artificial intelligence, and suggests ways directors can confront these issues in a consistent and unbiased manner.
Driving Diversity and Inclusion Throughout the Leadership Team
A recent panel discussion focused on frameworks to grow and nurture inclusive leadership in organizations, and how diversity and inclusion is driving innovation.
Key Role for E&C in Promoting Environmental, Social, Governance
The United Nations Compact Compact urges upon companies to align their strategies and operations with universal principles of human rights, labor, environment, anticorruption, and to advance societal.
Starting Over: GM Rebuilds Culture After Ignition Switch Problem
Ben DiPietro recaps Marsha Ershaghi Hames and GM's Shawn Rogers' recent session at SCCE's Chicago Regional Conference. Read more to learn how General Motors transformed their E&C strategy.
LRN’s David Greenberg and Tom Fox Go Deep on Board Oversight of E&C in a 5 Part Podcast Series
This special podcast series, "Across The Board", explores LRN's latest research report on board oversight and provides succinct and practical tips for educating, dealing with and reporting to boards.
Your Compliance Program Looks Good on Paper, but What Does it Do?
LRN's Susan Divers dives into the new Department of Justice guidance on the evaluation of corporate compliance programs, and finds it emphasizes results.
Effective Oversight Means Sometimes Taking a Second Look
A recent story about a company taking a second look at harassment claims originally dismissed shows the need for effective compliance oversight of human resources and other functions.
Does Your Ethics & Compliance Program Help Employees Behave Ethically?
It may seem like a ridiculous question, but the high-profile scandals that continue to unfold demonstrate the value of asking: does your ethics and compliance program actually influence behavior?
The Human Differentiator: Moral Leadership
People will need to use their empathy and imagination to stay relevant in the world of artificial intelligence.
Your Code of Conduct Looks Great, but What Does It Do?
Jim Walton's recent article published in SCCE's CEP Magazine dives into the components of a code of conduct your organization should to truly make it impactful.
Learnings from #CW2017: How Front Line Leaders Can Build and Embed Trust
A company’s culture can dramatically impact an organization positively and sometimes negatively. Building a healthy culture can impact the bottom line, but if not carefully sustained with...
Rx for United Airlines: Less Rules, More Human Values
In this LinkedIn blog, Susan Divers reflects on the forcible ejection of Dr. Dao from an overbooked United flight. Oscar Munoz, United’s CEO, said “we let our policies and procedures get in the...
Garfield Minus Garfield: Or, Why Context Matters
Sometimes while in conversation with my colleagues, I find myself wondering what we would sound like to the casual passerby. Overheard phrases such as “do you think humility balances courage?” and...
THE RISE OF THE HUMAN ECONOMY
In the face of rampant technology and automation (including warnings about jobs being lost to robots), Seidman points out that we must cultivate trust, truth, values, passion, and other...
LRN Launches Community Roundtable Series – Here’s What We Learned in Hartford
This spring, LRN launched community roundtables, a knowledge exchange bringing together our partner community. The interactive roundtables build around peer to peer best practices, industry...
Hotlines, By Themselves, are Not Enough
Hotlines were a significant innovation brought about by the Federal Sentencing Guidelines more than 10 years ago, but many in the compliance community now view them as limited in scope and...
Why Ethical People Make Unethical Choices
On March 6th, I had the opportunity to join C-Suite Leaders at Consero’s Corporate Compliance & Ethics Forum in Newport Beach, Calif. I represented LRN moderating a plenary session entitled “Why...
LRN CEO Dov Seidman on #IWD2017
As we pause to celebrate International Women’s Day, UN Women is undertaking an effort to elevate Women in the Changing World of Work. I couldn’t agree more with the day’s ethos of equality, but...
The Importance of Inspirational Leadership: LRN’s Michael Eichenwald in CLO Media
Effective leadership is about how business gets done, not how much business gets done. Adapting to this reality will demand a significant shift in outlook and behavior from senior managers. In...
LRN Issues Communication on Progress to The United Nations Global Compact