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Turning the CEO Around: How to Make Sure the CEO Embraces Ethics and Compliance

Your CEO is either on board for compliance, or he/she is not. There is no half-way mark here, no way to deceive or soft-shoe your way through the compliance requirement....more

The Ethics Advisor: The Proper Roles of Staff and Elected Officials

Most cities in California (an overwhelming 97 percent) operate under the “Council-Manager form of government,” under which the elected councilmembers directly hire and oversee one top-level employee (the city manager) to...more

5 Success Factors in Cutting-Edge Compliance: Compliance Becomes King When These Elements Are Integrated Into Day-to-Day...

Technology is doing more than bringing compliance fully into the digital age. It’s also initiating a revolution that is putting compliance and ethics at the forefront of how business is run, creating far greater operational...more

Highlights from the Tenth CEO/Innovators Roundtable: June 4 – 5, 2015

This past June, leaders from health systems, outpatient services companies, health insurers, IT and equipment suppliers, health retailers, home care providers, pharmaceutical companies, and investors gathered in Chicago for...more

Two Essential Requirements for Tone At the Top

Everyone likes to give advice on the importance of tone at the top. Like many things in life, it is easy to talk about but much more difficult to implement. There are lots of ways to describe or analyze the same issue....more

The Two Essential Requirements for Tone-At-The-Top

Everyone likes to give advice on the importance of tone-at-the-top. Like many things in life, it is easy to talk about but much more difficult to implement. There are lots of ways to describe or analyze the same issue....more

Q&A: Pat Harned, Ph.D. on Ethics and Compliance

In this post, CREATe’s CEO Pamela Passman talks with Patricia Harned, chief executive officer of the Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI). ECI empowers its members in the ethics and compliance community to operate at the...more

Does The Ratio Of CEO To Employee Pay Matter?

The SEC recently voted to require employers to disclose the pay gap between the CEO and his or her employees. Unions, investors, and other groups have increasingly been using this disparity to attack companies. As Fortune...more

A Hands-On CEO and Support for Compliance

A compliance program without CEO support is almost doomed to be ineffective. We all live by the standard of an “effective” ethics and compliance program. I am always reluctant to embrace a dogmatic expression but the support,...more

Hemingway and Trust and Respect for Compliance Leadership

On this day in 1899, Ernest Hemingway was born. To me, he was the greatest Man of Letters the US has produced. Probably like most of you all, I was introduced to Hemingway in high school through The Son Also Rises. It remains...more

4 Signs of a Weak Culture of Compliance and Ethics

We all know the importance of promoting a culture of compliance and ethics. The benefits of an ethical culture are substantial and worth every penny of investment in creating and promoting such a culture. We do not need to...more

Cultural and Bottom Line Impact of Rudeness in the Workplace Is Real—and on the Rise

In her recent opinion piece in The New York Times, No Time to Be Nice at Work, Christine Porath asserted that, “how we treat one another at work matters. Insensitive interactions have a way of whittling away at people’s...more

Good People Do Bad Things

It is good to be an optimist. I am sure that optimistic people are happier, more loving and tend to live longer. All of this rings true. But not everyone is an angel, and not everyone at your company is a “good...more

Diggin’ Your Company’s Culture

Some things are hard to define and measure in compliance. Culture is the prime example often cited by commentators. I do not share that opinion. Whether it is quantified or not, there is one unmistakable truth – you know...more

Culture of Compliance: A Low-Cost Compliance Strategy

Do the right thing. It will gratify some people and astonish the rest – Mark Twain Mark Twain would have been a terrific chief compliance officer. His words would have inspired people, and for those that obstruct...more

Defining An “Ethical” Leader (Part IV Of IV)

The most effective ethics and compliance program starts with a CEO. But that is not the end of the story. Life is easier with a CEO who understands the importance of ethics and compliance, promotes it as a financial driver...more

Conversations on Goverance: Practical Insights for Public Company Leaders: Crisis Management: Key Questions

We live in a world full of high-stakes, high-profile corporate crises – environmental disasters, product liability issues, data breaches and government investigations, to name a few. No company is immune. Therefore, advance...more

A Lot Of Pain In KC And Leadership In Compliance

While sports fans can relive the triumphs and tragedies of their team’s ad naseum corporate leaders cannot not afford to do so. One key resource I have found, for not only the ideas of what a leader needs to do but the...more

The NAVEX Global Top 10

With 2013 coming to an end, we've gone the extra mile to compile the 10 most valuable resources from the past year. There's something here for all types of ethics and compliance professionals - we hope you enjoy the issue!...more

The CCO – Not The CEO – Creates An Ethical Culture

Consider it one of my (many) pet peeves – companies claim they have an “ethical” culture and cite the consistent statements by the CEO of his or her commitment to “ethics and integrity.” That’s it, that’s all, we have an...more

Reactive Compliance: An Oxymoron?

People make bad decisions. Companies make bad decisions. ...more

Tribute to Stan The Man and 11 Rules for Compliance Success

Today we honor Stan ‘The Man’ Musial who played 22 seasons for the St. Louis Cardinals (1941–1963) who passed away on Saturday. Musial was a record 24-time All-Star selection and is widely considered to be one of the greatest...more

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