Articles by Jane Arnott

Many of these articles have been commissioned by Report it Now and have been made available with their support.
It’s a dog-eat-dog world…
Company culture can make or break a whistleblower, writes ethics expert and director of the Ethics Conversation, Jane Arnott MNZM…
Conduct risks undermine diversity initiatives
When companies acknowledge the need to increase the diversity of their workforce, they are failing to consider the conduct risks that may accrue, writes ethics expert and director of The Ethics Conversation Jane Arnott MNZM…
Why a Speak Up Culture Pays Dividends
As Auckland, Northland and other parts of New Zealand lay under siege of the weather gods, senior leadership teams of every major insurer in the country are undoubtedly preparing to either count the cost or count the claims.
In 30 seconds…your fresh choice under the Protected Disclosures Act 2022
Fear of retaliation is one thing. The ability to walk away, to become morally disengaged or to behave as if willfully blind is another. In 30 seconds you have options. And all too often its walking away that offers the path of least resistance...
Talk to Simon?
Why employees don’t use internal speak up
Simon is Simon Henry the hapless and now humbled CEO of dual listed ASX / NZX listed DGL Group...
Faith and fearlessness: the whistleblower’s journey
There is much more that boards need to take responsibility for when it comes to protecting and enabling an ethical culture, says ethics expert, Jane Arnott. Complexities arise early when boards seek an organisational culture that is aligned with purpose, values and strategy – and also task their CEO with driving and overseeing the embedding of that same culture.
EY Global Integrity Report puts NZ ‘down under’
With tsunami-like force, New Zealand’s ‘don’t speak up’ culture gained walloping exposure in EY’s recently released Global Integrity Report, says ethics expert Jane Arnott.