Practical strategies and real-world examples of how to measure culture, ethical behavior and compliance program effectiveness.
Benchmarking is a valuable technique to gather actionable insights into compliance program strengths and weaknesses, make improvements, and identify potential risks. In this webinar, three experienced in-house E&C professionals discuss how they operationalize ethics and compliance programs to make them accessible, relatable and real.
- Define what "culture" and "effectiveness" mean in an ethics and compliance program
- Discuss the benefits and regulatory drivers behind a more robust approach to measurement
- Share practical strategies and real-world examples of how to measure culture, ethical behavior, and program effectiveness
- Review how you can use benchmarking and surveys to collect actionable insights and data on your compliance program's strengths, weaknesses, and potential risks
- Reflect on experiences and initiatives to operationalize compliance programs and embed E&C in your culture using a variety of tactics
- Caroline McMichen, Principal, McMichen Consulting; Advisor, SAI Global
- Junna Ro, VP, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, and Associate General Counsel, CSAA Insurance Group, a AAA Insurer
- Luis Canuto, Deputy Group Compliance Officer, Schindler Elevator Corporation
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