The Next Generation Code of Conduct Slide Deck

The Next Generation Code of Conduct Slide Deck
Slide Deck filed in Compliance

When is the last time you heard the question, “Do we really need a corporate code of conduct?” asked in your company, if ever? And do you react with surprise or even a bit of annoyance as you read it here,thinking it’s stupid to even ask such a thing in...

When is the last time you heard the question, “Do we really need a corporate code of conduct?” asked in your company, if ever? And do you react with surprise or even a bit of annoyance as you read it here,thinking it’s stupid to even ask such a thing in 2014?

Whether your company has established a code of conduct because it faced a legal requirement to have one, or to satisfy stakeholder demands,or to serve as the foundation of the organization’s compliance program, the very idea of questioning the value of having a corporate code of conduct seems outmoded in today’s business world. And yet, if we slightly rephrase the question to ask, “What value can we gain from a code of conduct?” we set the stage for a meaningful management discussion about building value from a next generation code of conduct.

In this webinar, our expert panel will discuss the advantages that can be gained by taking a “next generation” approach to delivering Codes of Conduct.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define methods for keeping the Code of Conduct relevant 
  • Determine how and what do you need to measure so that you can track and determine the effectiveness of the Code and its impact on behavior
  • Discover modern communication methods that allow the user to engage, interact,and research further behind the Code into related policies, procedures, and helplines for additional guidance can be better monitored and measured

Speakers:

  • Jimmy Lin, VP of Product Mgmt &Corporate Development, The Network
  • Kendall Tieck,VP Internal Audit, Workday
  • Elliot Fisch, Director-Internal Audit & Chief Compliance Officer, Easton-Bell Sports
  • Carole Switzer, Co-Founder & President, OCEG

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