Tag Archives: accountability

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

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…

Two Reasons I’ll Bet Your Values Statement Stinks (And Why That Matters So Very Much)

Two Reasons I’ll Bet Your Values Statement Stinks (And Why That Matters So Very Much)

Simply put, in creating a culture of ethics, compliance, and accountability, there may be no better single tool than a well-written, well-implemented values statement. Written and implemented correctly – and it needs to be both – your values statement will allow each and every one of your employees to immediately evaluate the appropriateness of their Read more…

Interview By Thomas Fox Posted on FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report

Interview By Thomas Fox Posted on FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report

There aren’t many folks out there who write consistently well about compliance issues and, on that short list, Thomas Fox is one of my favorites.  He covers everything from the high level strategic issues to front-line tactical matters – as well as everything in-between – in a way that is simultaneously engaging, informative, and practical. Read more…

“Your Life Unlimited” Goes Ethics & Accountability – CJOB.com Interview

“Your Life Unlimited” Goes Ethics & Accountability – CJOB.com Interview

I don’t often have the chance to work with personal development programs but here is an interview I did last week with Stephanie Staples on her weekly “Your Life Unlimited” radio show on Winnipeg’s CJOB.com. Stephanie is a health and wellness speaker/coach and we got to take some time to compare and contrast how people Read more…

The Five Most Toxic Reasons For Not Confronting Harassment

The Five Most Toxic Reasons For Not Confronting Harassment

Cultures of ethics, compliance, and accountability all require that employees have a safe place to work and threats to that safety must be addressed both swiftly and effectively. For starters, of course, employees need to not only be trained to recognize harassment in its many forms but also be fully and clearly empowered to respond Read more…