Atlanta, GA | November 5, 2018 | 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm ET
BELA Roundtable Series Hosted by Coca-Cola | Atlanta, GAEthisphere2018-10-19T16:17:40+00:00
Join your peers for an insightful conversation and hear how leading organizations are implementing specific components of their ethics and compliance program, while taking actionable steps to better assess the company’s culture of integrity.
This roundtable discussion will cover 2-3 hand selected topics ranging from ethical culture to third party risk to predictive data, this intimate forum connects diverse organizations and offers an environment for trusted conversations on best practices.
Jennifer Teerdhala, Director, Ethics & Compliance Office, Coca-Cola – Compliance Technology & Analytics Evolution – will highlight Coca-Cola’s journey over the past 18 months to enhance technologies and analytics for the ethics and compliance program. The conversation will focus on the industry progression to toward performance metrics and dashboards to track and present compliance program performance.
Michelle T. Nichols, ARM / CCEP | Senior Director, Compliance, Ethics and Risk Management, Aaron’s Inc. –Risk Management and Corporate Compliance: Alliances for Impacting Employee Behavior – Do you regularly meet with your risk management team to discuss employee behavior? You may be surprised how closely Risk Management and Corporate Ethics and Compliance are aligned. Risk Managers are often an underutilized ally for a compliance practitioner who is focused on changing culture and employee behavior. We will discuss strategies for aligning employee behavior that not only mitigates risk but aligns with your overall corporate compliance message.
Rayne Towns, Lead Counsel, Ethics & Compliance, Nokia Corporation – Tone in the Middle, The Elusive Frontier – will highlight Nokia’s risk roll up process which requires leaders of teams to engage in a risk analysis for their respective teams and to engage their direct reports in a 1 hour or longer dialogue relating to these specifically identified risks and other compliance areas. It is focused on middle managers taking action to think about compliance as it relates specifically to their teams and to “walk the walk” by leading discussions relating to compliance.
This executive roundtable is sold out.
To request an invitation please contact Amy Volpe, Director, Engagement – Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA)
Registration is limited to in-house company professionals with lead responsibility for the compliance & ethics programs and culture of integrity.