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Has #MeToo changed the game for board-level compliance training?

Organizations should be applauded for their improvements in board compliance training. But they need to keep working, to channel their increased focus on board awareness and to make sure that their directors are getting the right training to truly lead their organizations.

 

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High-profile sexual harassment claims show a toxic culture can be a product defect

The rapid demise of the Weinstein Co., once one of the most successful movie studios in Hollywood, should have every CEO wondering: What skeletons does my organization have in the closet? And how could they destroy the value of my company’s brands, or the company itself?

 

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The root compliance problem: Shadow process

Sometimes I revisit my compliance roots in the world of Sarbanes-Oxley – a place much more concerned with financial reporting than corporate ethics and culture, I know. Yet lessons from one group that can help the other still abound.

 

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Effective investigations and interviewing in the workplace

Employers must investigate incidents or allegations of workplace harassment and violence. Here are some best practices to improve your workplace investigations and interviews:

 

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