Larry’s "Corporate Integrity Checkup" was mentioned in Newsweek after the Enron scandal. Prior to this, he'd published two articles through the UBC Centre for Applied Ethics website. "Five Questions Corporate Directors Should Ask" has been translated and republished in journals across Europe, China and South America.
Larry's "A Framework for Universal Principles of Ethics" has been used by the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, Citizenship & Immigration Canada, and by a wide variety of schools, universities, churches, hospitals, and professional associations on five continents.
Over 10 years, Larry led seminars and taught courses on corporate ethics for executives and MBA students at both UBC’s Sauder School of Business and SFU’s Beedie School of Business. He was also Moderator for the first two years of UBC's Summer Institute in Sustainability, and created UBC’s first Strategic Alliances seminars.
Larry's work has mostly been in organizational development, adult education, and consensus facilitation. Clients include governments, public utilities, institutes, associations and major corporations across 20 distinct sectors of the economy.
After 25 years in Ladner, Larry and his wife Chris lived for seven years in White Rock where he ran as a Green Party candidate in the last two federal elections before returning to South Delta.