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2019 Ethics and Compliance Program Effectiveness Report
This year's report determines what steps today's most effective ethics and compliance programs have taken to embed ethical behavior in organizational operations. Download now to learn more.
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.
The State of Moral Leadership in Business 2019
New LRN research confirms that demand for moral leadership is rising because of growing recognition that managers and executives who lead with moral authority get better results. Download now.
On-Demand Webcast: How Moral Leadership Drives Better Business Performance
In this on-demand webcast, Emily Miner and Jan Stanely define moral leadership and explain how leading with moral authority can lift individual and organizational performance.
Mobile Engagement: Talking About Effectiveness, Ethics
Ben DiPietro discusses his recent session on workforce mobile engagement at the SCCE Utilities and Energy compliance and ethics conference in Houston. Read more.
The Case For Moral Leadership
LRN’s latest research report, The State of Moral Leadership in Business 2019, confirms that the need for moral leadership is more urgent than ever. Read more to learn why.
The Path Forward
Learn best practices for operationalizing ethics and compliance at your organization within a moral leadership framework.
Catalyzing Conversations Course Video: Board Oversight
View this clip from our latest Catalyzing Conversations Toolkit: The Tone from the Very Top - Board Oversight of Ethics and Compliance.
Harassment in the Workplace: 10 Tips for Compliance and Ethics Practitioners
Marsha Ershaghi Hames' chapter in SCCE’s recent publication, The Complete Compliance and Ethics Manual – 2109, shares 10 tips for E&C practitioners around the topic of anti-harassment. Learn more.
Know the Rules Before Hunting for Skeletons
Most companies find it legally problematic to retroactively conduct background checks unless specifically allowed for in an employment contract or employee handbook, but many have workarounds.
Board Oversight of Ethics and Compliance: Twelve Steps to Operationalize the Tone at the Very Top
Learn 12 steps that boards of directors and compliance leaders can adopt to help make ethics & compliance the priority it needs to be.
Communication Manager Fact Sheet
Deliver personalized content on key ethics and compliance topic areas to increase employee engagement
2018 Learner Survey: Summary of Findings
Get the results of LRN's 2018 Learner Survey, including responses from more than 398,000 learners.
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Fact Sheet
Several states have approved laws mandating workplaces train their employees about anti-sexual harassment. Learn more about each state's requirements in this helpful guide.
Boards Need to Signal Their Commitment to Ethics, Compliance
How can compliance play a role in bringing about in the board a greater awareness of, and a respect for, the idea that good behavior and effective oversight can make for better-performing companies?
Defining Compliance Means Moving Beyond Rules
Ben DiPietro summarizes LRN's two speaking sessions led by Emily Miner and Marsha Ershaghi Hames at SCCE's Regional Philadelphia Compliance and Ethics Conference.
The Intoxicating Lure of Big Dreams
A person obsessed with achieving a goal they deem to be noble in purpose can attract lots of attention and money to pursue their idea.
4 Words You Need to Know in 2019
LRN looks at some trends in risk and compliance that you need to be aware of in 2019. Four words will be prominent: mobile, operationalization, accessibility and accountability.
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