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While boards need the skills possessed by many chief ethics and compliance officers, they often don’t think of CECOs as board candidates.
Some of the top-performing ethics and compliance teams are being flexible and innovative to maintain their program’s relevance and impact.
Board agendas are crowded and tend to drive out meaningful E&C engagement. CECOs must work harder to engage boards on these deeper issues.
COVID-19 issues are as much mental as they are physical, and organizations are being tested in new and stress-inducing ways.
One of the questions organizations are confronting is whether to continue with the training schedule they had in place before the pandemic.
People are looking to the business world for the leadership that is lacking from other facets of society.
Regulators are taking a more sophisticated approach when it comes to evaluating an organization's ethics and compliance program.
What are the qualities and attributes of a moral leader? The late John Lewis was the embodiment of what it meant to be a moral leader.
In crisis management, the single factor that is predictive of how an organization will fare in leading through a crisis is denial.
Two companies took differing approaches to deal with the pandemic; both had to decide what to do using the lenses of their own experiences.
Why do so many executives fail to exhibit the behaviors of a moral leader? What behaviors do moral leaders need?
Respondents whose managers consistently exhibit moral leadership are five times more likely to report satisfied customers.
The United Nations Global Compact last week marked 20 years of uniting business for a better world.
Are workers ready for a new level of information-gathering, especially when it comes to their health?
Two things separate these protests: The size and diversity of the people out in the streets. And people in positions of power are listening.
As the U.S. descends into chaos, most of us are looking longingly for examples of moral leadership from those in power.
Top programs are 30% more likely to add questions about ethics to employee surveys, 60% more likely to gauge trust, respect, transparency.
Every ethics and compliance executive is asking just how strong their E&C program is. COVID-19 is providing them with the answer.
The leaders embraced LRN’s stance on moral leadership, noting winning teams are built on individuals sacrificing for the good of the whole.
Ready or not, some states are starting to reopen for business, and companies are having to prepare for an eventual return to the workplace.