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.
Engage and hear presentations by members of the Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA) sharing the strategy, tactics, results and lessons learned from the rollout of a recent program initiative.
At this program, the discussion will include the following topics:
- Communicating Ethics and Compliance: How do you land your ethics and compliance messaging in different markets? This discussion will be inclusive of all participants but will be lead by the team at Unilever, who will share what they are doing as a company and how they deliver messaging across a large geographic footprint.
- Group discussion on key ethics trends: The group will be invited to discuss and share experiences around some of the key trends facing ethics and compliance officers today, including:
- Key regulations and focus areas: We will discuss as a group the key regulations which are of focus to participating compliance leaders, as well as some of the key challenges facing compliance leaders in the UK. The goal of this discussion will be to help build personal networks for those in the room to continue the conversation and share advice throughout the year.
- Employee challenges: Discussion around areas such as addressing performance measurement in sales environment, minimizing pressure to meet sales targets; psychological safety in the workplace (#MeToo), the influence of remuneration on culture, and more.
- Investigations and reporting: The group will share insights and experiences around how to properly communicate status updates and outcomes to reporters; encourage the use of reporting channels; training managers and other influencers within an organization in proper response to in person reports, etc.