Ethical Culture Masterclass Series:

Join us for a complimentary Ethisphere Masterclass series focused on all things Ethical Culture! Over the course of three one-hour sessions in May and June, our team of experts will share best practices and practical strategies to elevate your ethical culture, reduce risks, and strengthen your compliance program.

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The Masterclass sessions are based on our own data set of 1.1+ million Ethical Culture survey responses, years of practice working hands-on with global ethics and compliance teams, and experiences from our Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA) community.

By registering once, you will receive access to all three sessions to view live and on-demand, as well as our presentation materials and related research. The Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® has approved this event for up to 3.6 live CCB CEUs based on a 50-minute hour. Continuing Education Units are awarded based on individual attendance records. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by CCB of this event content or of the event sponsor.

SESSION 1: MAY 11 – 1pm EST

ETHICAL CULTURE MEASUREMENT


    • The Eight Pillars of Ethical Culture: our primary framework and methodology for understanding what to measure, how to position your questions, and common risk areas for global E&C teams.

    • How you can measure culture: deciding between a dedicated survey, employee survey questions and pulse surveys. We’ll also cover the survey process, top tips for success, and the difference between HR and E&C culture surveys.

    • Optimizing your success: Building buy-in for a survey with leadership, human resources, and other stakeholders, and fostering engagement with your employees.

SESSION 1

Erica Salmon Byrne, J.D.

Executive Vice President and Chair of Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA)

SESSION 2: MAY 25 – 1pm EST

ETHICAL CULTURE STRATEGY


    • How to analyze culture survey data: what to look for in large data sets, how to identify important microcultures and trends, and an analysis of best practices.

    • Turning data into an action plan: tips for figuring out what to do next, where to focus your efforts and prioritize improvement areas, and building an effective strategy for short-term and long-term Ethical Culture growth.

    • Sharing the data with leadership: how to present and frame this information to your leadership team, ways to explain culture strengths and weaknesses, and build buy-in for future E&C and culture initiatives.

SESSION 2

Douglas Allen, M.B.A.

Managing Director, Data & Services

SESSION 3: JUNE 3 – 1pm EST

ETHICAL CULTURE ENABLEMENT


    • How to elevate culture across an organization: addressing the most common challenges standing in the way of an Ethical Culture, and how you can overcome them.

    • Enabling managers and champions: how to engage internal colleagues who can make a measurable difference in your culture, and ways to equip them to be effective leaders who embed integrity and ethics into your organization’s culture.

    • Trends in training and communications: how companies are using new technology, tools, and resources to shape their culture, improve existing practices, and engage employees with impact.

SESSION 3

Scott Stevenson, M.B.A.

Director, Culture Services

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