The Resignation of BP’s Bernard Looney and CEO Accountability

Ethisphere Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Chair Erica Salmon Byrne provides some much-needed context around the abrupt departure of BP CEO Bernard Looney on September 13 and how it exemplifies the changing expectations that Boards of Directors have when it comes to CEO behavior.

  • 2:27: Board expectations are changing around CEO accountability
  • 3:51: What formal and informal systems can help prevent CEO misbehavior?
  • 5:57: What does the 2023 Ethics Quotient expect from Board governance?

Fast Company: What to do About Blame and Shame Destroying Your Company Culture

How do you build a healthy culture of compliance where employees feel comfortable speaking up? Get top tips in [What to do about blame and shame destroying your culture (] this article by Ethisphere’s Erica Salmon Byrne.

What the DOJ’s Comments on Executive Clawbacks and M&A Safe Harbor Mean for You

Acting Assistant Attorney General Nicole Argentieri and Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco’s recent back-to-back public statements on executive compensation clawbacks, voluntary self-disclosures, and mergers & acquisitions safe harbors have big implications for everyone in the ethics and compliance community. Ethisphere Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Chair, Erica Salmon Byrne, lends her expert insights on these developments in light of efforts to expand the ways in which companies can cooperate and coordinate with the Justice Department on enforcement issues.