Webcast | Understanding Your Corporate Culture: What Our Data Tells Us About How to Focus Your Efforts for Maximum Impact 2018-06-20T08:47:00+00:00

Webcast Recap | Understanding Your Corporate Culture: What Our Data Tells Us About How to Focus Your Efforts for Maximum Impact

Webcast Replay

This webcast featured insights from our data set, including the influence of transparency on organizational justice and the pervasive pressure to compromise company standards – and where it comes from.

Presentation Slides

Access the presentation material used during the webcast and use the data, charts, and graphs to help make the case for improving corporate culture.

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Culture Infographic

We’ve aggregated, anonymized, and analyzed responses from companies who have measured their culture and added data from the 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies® for our ethical culture data infographic.

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Measure and Increase Your Culture Capital

Get an in-depth look at your culture with our assessment and reporting engine grounded in our Eight Pillars of Ethical Culture.

Learn More About Our Culture Assessment

Over the past two years, Ethisphere has spent significant time working with companies in our community to help them measure their cultures. The data set that has resulted from that work now stands at more than 275,000 employee responses representing an employee population of more than 3 million employees. Join Ethisphere’s EVP, Governance & Compliance, Erica Salmon Byrne and Managing Director, Data & Services, Douglas Allen, as they discuss insights from that data set, including insights into the power of demographic data analysis, the influence of transparency on organizational justice and the pervasive pressure to compromise company standards – and where it comes from.

During the live webcast, Erica and Doug will explore:

  • Ethisphere’s 8 Pillars of Corporate Culture

  • Why Your Employees Are Not Reporting (Hint: “Nothing would happen” is tied with fear of retaliation)

  • Addressing Organizational Justice

  • Pressure to Compromise Standards: Sins of Omission, not Commission

  • The Power of Demographic Analysis

  • Ethisphere’s Culture Quotient Reporting Engine

SPEAKERS

Leila Borbor, Global Communications and Digital Manager, JLL

Erica Salmon Byrne
Executive Vice President, Executive Director,
Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA), Ethisphere

Leila Borbor, Global Communications and Digital Manager, JLL

Douglas Allen
Managing Director of
Data & Services, Ethisphere