In an article for the Institute of Business Ethics, four well-respected ethics practitioners (Sally March, Jane Mitchell, Robert Smith and Ruth Steinholtz) argue that now is the time for ethics and compliance practitioners to lift their horizons, leverage their unique perspective of risk, governance and sustainability across their organisations, and take a more central roleContinue reading “Every crisis is an opportunity”
Isolated application of deterrence theory isn’t enough to solve most of the problems regarding unethical behavior in business and enterprises. Recent studies presented in our new article titled: ‘The future of regulation is culture’: opportunities to change unethical behaviour in business and public administration in Brazil by Christopher Hodges, Ruth Steinholtz, Alexandre Aroeira Salles …Continue reading “‘The future of regulation is culture’”
Join us for a session on anti-bribery, corruption (ABC) and culture: Christine Moran Christian Hunt Ruth Steinholtz Richard Bistrong
Coming up on Friday 20 November 2020 – we hope to see you at this event organised by Daisuke Fukamizu, partner at Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu and associate research professor at Shinsu University. The full-day programme includes this roundtable: Corporate Culture & Corporate Crimes Roundtable Moderator Thomas Miles (University of Chicago) Panelists Tatsuhiko Inatani (KyotoContinue reading “Shinsu University White Collar Crime Workshop”
The AMLP’s 9th Annual Anti-Bribery & Corruption Forum is going to be held virtually over two afternoons on the 4th – 5th of November 2020. Here are some of the speakers.
Register for the next virtual event from the Canadia Community of Federal Regulators. Professor Christopher Hodges and the President of the Public Risk Management Institute Srikanth Mangalam – and I – will discuss #Ethical Business Regulation: Regulating Through Culture. Join us!
Panel discussion ● A review of individual accountability frameworks in Asia: what worked, and what could be improved upon? ● Restoring trust in the financial sector: what can ASEAN learn from Australia’s Royal Commission and developments in Europe? ● How will a heightened enforcement climate change the way financial institutions approach culture and conduct? ●Continue reading “#RefinitivSummit: Culture, conduct & individual accountability”
You are invited to join the ESELA Annual Conference on Friday 12 April 2019 at the London School of Economics, hosted by The Marshall Institute. The conference will explore the Role of Law and Lawyers in the Impact Revolution. A varied agenda will cover international and domestic concerns across four streams: Impact Investing, Profit withContinue reading “The Impact Revolution: The Role of Law and Lawyers”
The Foundation, People and Ethos, Systems and Processes: The Foundation A belief that ethics is everyone’s responsibility. An articulated and inspirational social purpose. Thoughtfully identified core ethical values, whose meanings are clear to all employees, and continuous communication and training for all (including the board) to reinforce the values. A public commitment by leaders andContinue reading “#EthicalBusinessPractice: Cultural and Leadership Framework – The Foundation, People and Ethos, Systems and Processes”
ETHICAL LEADERSHIP IN A POST-TRUTH WORLD Are we in an ethical crisis today? Does ethical behaviour reduce competitiveness? What are the ethical implications of AI for HR? These and other pertinent questions will be explored at the Ethical Leadership Summit 2018. Whether you work in the private, public or third sector, if you wouldContinue reading “The 2018 Ethical Leadership Summit”