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What is tone at the top and what does it mean for the role of non-executive directors? A survey by one leading consultancy has shown: “A resounding agreement from our respondents that Tone at the Top is vital in developing and maintaining the ethical integrity of the business. Without it […]
If you’re the new CEO of Barclays, Integrity is much on your mind. Promising to bring this elusive quality back to the bank–just like his recently booted out predecessor Antony Jenkins—the latest CEO Jes Staley promises much and it all sounds impressive.  Translated, this means helping the culture to […]
Ethical leaders, compliance staff, legal advisers and others working in the ethics area need to be able to create a strong rapport with others. Rapport means being able to connect at a feeling level. By being in touch with people emotionally—you get to see what others may miss, Putting this […]
Do employees understand the “why” of their organization’s code of conduct? Guest post from Dr Attracta Lagan Or, how many grasp the ethical reasoning behind it? Based on lengthy experience in this area, I believe few staff develop this essential understanding. As a consultant, and co-principal of Managing Values, a […]
How does business make sense of the Social Licence? At the 2015 Lord Mayor’s banquet the Governor of the Bank of England went on the record to warn the City that the Social licence to operate was real, and could have costly consequences. [click to watch 30 second video] But […]
Around the globe, thousands of compliance staff wrestle daily with the challenge of monitoring, and hopefully shaping employee behaviour. Citi Bank alone claims to have 30,000. Yet there’s an obvious Achilles heel undermining all their efforts—-lack of employee trust. In virtually all ethical scandals, apart from undermining trust at the […]