Thank you to those who joined our webcast, “Learn How Your Ethics & Compliance Program Can Help Business Leaders Make Better Decisions,” sponsored by the Ethics & Compliance Initiative.
I had the pleasure of moderating a discussion with three leading industry executives about the strategies they have used to drive change in their organizations, and how embedding E&C programs directly into their businesses has positively impacted decision-making at all levels.
For those who missed it, here is a link to the replay and a few quick excerpts:
“Organizations need to teach people the value of compliance. Employees should understand the business and the role they have in their company.” - Kimberlee Yapchai, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Tenneco
“Transparency promotes trust.” - Michele Brown, Senior Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer and Deputy General Counsel, Leidos
“You need a commitment from your CEO and your board that good ethics is good business.” - Laura K. Kennedy, Senior Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Emergent BioSolutions
For additional resources on how to operationalize your E&C program, you may be interested in the following:
[GUIDE] A 7-step roadmap for organizations to use to ensure their E&C training fosters ethical, values-based behavior.
[REPORT] LRN’s 2018 Ethics and Compliance Program Effectiveness Report, a study of nearly 400 ethics, compliance and legal practitioners around the world, ranks programs by their impact in the workplace, and analyzes the extent to which the E&C programs surveyed meet the February 2017 Department of Justice criteria that also focus on program results.
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