25 & Beyond: The Future of Ethics and Compliance

The Speakers

paul zak
Paul Zak
Scientist, Entrepreneur, Author
louis sapirman
Louis Sapirman
VP, CECO, Panasonic North America
Ellen Hunt
Ellen Hunt
kevin tubbs
Kevin Tubbs
VP and CECO, Oshkosh Corporation
Antonio Fernandez
Antonio Fernandez
randall corley
Randall Corley
EVP, Edelman
jorge dajani
Jorge Dajani
Chief Ethics Officer, World Bank
David Greenberg
David Greenberg
Interim CEO, LRN
doc seidman
Dov Seidman
Founder and Chairman, LRN Corporation
susan divers
Susan Divers
LRN Corporation
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Ben DiPietro
LRN Corporation

About The Event

lrn 25 and beyond

LRN presents an afternoon of exploration on how ethics and compliance will play a central role in determining which organizations will adapt successfully to the impending forces inevitably changing the world. Do you contemplate how technology, society, environment and economy will evolve the context, implication and implementation of ethics and compliance discipline and industry in the next 25 years?


Topics we will explore:

  • Industry expert perspectives on trends shaping the future of ethics and compliance
  • Forces disrupting business and transforming the business world of ethics and compliance
  • New expectations of ethical and appropriate behavior from employees, customers, investors, regulators and stakeholders
  • How ethics and compliance is being shaped by advanced technologies and how advanced technologies are reshaping imperatives
  • How the role of ethics and compliance executive leaders should evolve as the tide turns

“The Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® has approved this event for up to 3.6  live CCB CEUs. Continuing Education Units are awarded based on individual attendance records. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by CCB of this event content or of the event sponsor.”


Registration and Lite Refreshments
Welcome from LRN Interim CEO David Greenberg
HOW Matters: Trust and the Power of Human Connection
Trust is a both a necessary condition for effective ethics and compliance and a goal of effective ethics and compliance efforts. Scientist, entrepreneur and author of several books, Paul Zak joins LRN Founder Dov Seidman for the latest in our #HOWMatters series of conversations. Paul’s two decades of research have taken him from the Pentagon to Fortune 50 boardrooms to the rain forest of Papua New Guinea. All this in a quest to understand the neuroscience of human connection, human happiness, and effective teamwork. His academic lab and companies he has started develop and deploy neuroscience technologies to solve real problems faced by real people. Join us as Dov explores insights from Paul’s work and his latest book, Trust Factor: The Science of Creating High Performance Companies, which uses neuroscience to measure and manage organizational cultures to inspire teamwork and accelerate business outcomes.
Beyond Compliance: How an Effective Ethics Program can Enhance Culture, Promote Sustainability and Strengthen Good Governance
Ethics & Compliance programs began in response to the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines more than 20 years ago but have evolved from their beginning as a legal defense to misconduct. Today, high performing organizations recognize that effective ethics and compliance programs can enhance their culture, underpin sustainability and promote productivity and innovation as well as prevent misconduct. LRN’s emphasis on the power of values and purpose-driven moral leadership has been a major catalyst for this evolution. Join us as we explore how leading organizations have embraced broad, values-driven concepts of responsibility, and the value it has brought to their organizations.
Human Capital, Technology and The Workforce of the Future
Advanced technologies, like AI, hold great promise and possibility for business and society. They are also anticipated to bring great disruption and displacement. While much has been written about the future of work—particularly how skill requirements will evolve as AI grows—less attention has been given to the governance, culture and leadership required to ensure the right decisions are made in the near-, mid-, and long-term.
Networking Reception

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