Ethics Training

Ethics and Compliance Awareness: Confessions Of A Very Part-Time Storyteller

I’m known, at least in part, as ‘the guy who makes ethics and compliance programs fun and funny’. It’s true – I bring a little humor to most of my programs and a lot of audience engagement to every one of them. So maybe I shouldn’t be surprised. But I am. Here’s what happens several Read more…

250,000 Reasons To Up Your Ethics, Compliance and Accountability Game

“We’re just not that kind of company.” I hear it all the time. “That would never happen here.” “We don’t have those kinds of people.” What is the question to which those are the all-too-frequent answers? “Are there really any significant bottom-line risks faced by a lack of attention to ethics, compliance, and accountability?” What Read more…

Three Reasons You’re Accountable For Your Employees’ Accountability

Since my business is helping organizations create and maintain cultures of ethics, compliance, and accountability, it’s no surprise that I spend a lot of time in front of managers and executives, as well as leaders-in-training. One of the concerns/complaints I hear time and time again is, “I just can’t get my employees to do what Read more…

Can An Old Dog Learn New Ethics Tricks? (And Are You Working With The Right Dog?)

Well, it happened again. A couple of weeks ago, during a break in a three-hour ethics program, a gentleman told me, “You know, all this is well and good but I think that if you haven’t learned ethics around the dining room table as a kid or from your kindergarten or Sunday school teachers, there’s Read more…

Six Reasons Your Company Should Pay Less Attention To The Rules

Sure, everybody in your organization needs to know the rules but if you think that’s going to be enough to hold anyone accountable, I’d think again. So, maybe my point has less to do with a need to pay less attention to the rules and, instead, a need to pay a whole lot more attention Read more…