Ethical leadership can help avoid corporate crises if it is embraced by boards that are increasingly less tolerant of reputational risk.
Corporate culture has become a subject of significant discourse lately, and it’s to no-one’s surprise given the seemingly perpetual headlines of corporate misconduct.
The good news is that since the Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002 was passed, an ethics and compliance industry has ossified and bestowed us with incredible research and guidance to give these issues a larger audience, and our profession a louder voice.
One of the key facets of culture that the Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI) has been discussing at great length has been leadership and its relationship with healthy workplace culture. How does the tone from the top impress t
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UK prime minister Theresa May has criticised the decision to remove Uber's licence to trade in London for corporate responsibility reasons, while on the same day calling for the highest standards of governance.