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Helping Boards Seize Leadership on Ethics & Compliance

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www.LRN.com Knowledge Service Provider™ 1-800-598-2809 /company/lrn NEW YORK 745 5 th Avenue, 8 th Fl New York, NY 10151 Direct: 646.862.2040 UNITED KINGDOM 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields, Holborn, London, WC2A 3EG Direct: +44 207 611 9900 INDIA Nirlon Knowledge Park Block B6, 3 rd Fl Goregaon East Mumbai, 400063 Direct: +91 22 6151 @lrn LRN's experienced team understands both sides of the board oversight relationship, and our most senior designers and facilitators will work with you to design the experience that meets your needs. INFORMED BY RESEARCH AND FIRST-HAND EXPERIENCE Our solutions are based on more than 20 years of helping global companies foster ethical cultures and almost a decade of empirical research into ethics and compliance program effectiveness, governance, culture, and leadership. Our research has shown that moral leaders, strong governance systems, and values- based cultures are key components of organizational excellence, and that ethics and compliance programs are critical to fostering such organizational attributes. "Our board would benefit from a…deep dive to understand in real terms how ethics and compliance comes to life, or doesn't, in the business. " – ANONYMOUS CECO For more information contact: Emily Miner, E&C Advisory Services emily.miner@lrn.com or 646-832-5399 Based on in depth interviews with Chief Ethics and Compliance Officers (CECOs) of 25 global companies, LRN's most recent research report is the first of its kind to drill down deeply into the relationship between boards. What's the Tone at the Very Top? The Role of Boards in Overseeing Corporate Ethics and Compliance offers a snapshot of what boards get right and wrong in overseeing the ethics and compliance function. Many CECOs told us that board oversight requires more time, priority, depth and strategy than is often available. Our solutions can help close these gaps. LRN's board practice is led by David Greenberg, a former CECO of a major global company who currently sits as audit committee member, governance committee chair of a NYSE listed company, has served on several other corporate boards and advised numerous others. more effective according to their peers, direct reports, and senior leaders. Organizations that simplify policies and focus on value are High-performing organizations that operationalize their values are Leaders who walk-the-talk by example are 35 % more effective. more effective. 56 %

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