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Presentations, handouts, and evaluations

European Compliance & Ethics Institute

25-28 March, 2018 / Frankfurt, Germany

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Wednesday, 28 March | Post Conference

SESSION | 8:30-10:00

SPEAKER

W1: Integrated Compliance: New EU and Global Standards

  • Understand how compliance with EU (as well as U.S. and Canadian) regulations on corruption, sourcing sustainably, and using non-forced labor has placed a burden on firms looking to join global value chains. One solution is to harmonize compliance requirements.
  • Discuss how a harmonized or integrated approach allows firms to focus on synergies that exist in compliance programs addressing the EU’s requirements for GSP+ status. Common elements include due diligence, whistleblower mechanisms, and adequate corporate governance.
  • Learn about the work of the non-profit Center for International Private Enterprise to pilot an integrated compliance program for Asian businesses in cooperation with the World Resources Institute and labor-oriented NGOs.
Presentation (2 slides/page A4)
Presentation (3 slides/page A4)
Presentation (2 slides/page US)
Presentation (3 slides/page US)

Evaluation

Frank Brown, Value Chain/Anti-Corruption Program Team Leader, Center for International Private Enterprise

Anna Kompanek, Director, Multiregional Programs, Center for International Private Enterprise

 


W2: “Do as I Say, but Not as I Say…” The Importance of Consistent Compliance Messaging Across the Organization

  • Why you should care about what people are saying: The importance of consistent compliance communications as well as dangers and pitfalls of inconsistent compliance communication.
  • What to look for and where to look: Real life strategies and tips for rooting out and correcting inconsistent messaging within an organization.
  • Who can help: Creating partnerships within an organization in order to achieve efficient and effective compliance communication
Presentation (2 slides/page A4)
Presentation (3 slides/page A4)
Presentation (2 slides/page US)
Presentation (3 slides/page US)

Evaluation

Kyle Lewis, Compliance Operations Manager, LafargeHolcim

 


SESSION | 10:15-11:45

W3: Design for Compliance: Making Compliance Understandable for Employees

  • Your program will only work if employees can understand and use it — areas tackled by the field of design
  • Go from saying “we should have a video/app/game” to thinking about what works best to make a piece of information understandable and actionable
  • Basic design principles that will immediately improve your training and communications
Presentation (2 slides/page A4)
Presentation (3 slides/page A4)
Presentation (2 slides/page US)
Presentation (3 slides/page US)

Evaluation

Ricardo Pellafone, Founder, Broadcat

 


W4: Culture Change Takes Time and Patience: Practical Insights on the Use of Ethics Ambassadors to Catalyse and Support That Change

  • How do you ensure that your compliance efforts is supported by the entire company “ecosystem”? How do you get your company values off the wall and into the business?
  • Stories & examples from ethics ambassadors in different companies that  illustrate what has worked and what has not, and some encouraging preliminary research on the benefits of an ethics ambassador network.
  • Ethics ambassadors form a two-way bridge between you and the business; how do you encourage travel in both directions and improve your results without increasing headcount or taking on risk that belongs in the business?
Presentation (2 slides/page A4)
Presentation (3 slides/page A4)
Presentation (2 slides/page US)
Presentation (3 slides/page US)

Evaluation

Ruth N. Steinholtz, Values-Based Business Ethics Advisor, AretéWork LLP; Co-Author of “Ethical Business Practice and Regulation: A Behavioural and Values-Based Approach to Compliance and Enforcement”