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NOTE: This podcast was recorded prior to the conversion of the Compliance & Ethics Institute to a virtual program. Some of the sessions and their tracks may have changed. Be sure to visit the website to see the latest agenda.
Selecting sessions for the General Compliance/Hot Topics track at the Compliance & Ethics Institute is a tough job, since there are so may more sessions proposed than there is space for.
This year Michael Levin, Vice President Compliance & Ethics, Freddie Mac and Eric Hinton, Director, Rowling Center for Business Law & Leadership at Southern Methodist University (and former CECO at 7-11) joined me in taking on that task.
In this podcast they share some of the wide range of sessions that made the cut, including:
- Building Best-in-Class Compliance Programs in Small Organizations
- Change Management: Transforming a Long-Established Compliance Program
- Unconscious Bias, Cognitive Errors, and the Compliance Professional
- Keep Calm, Eat Chocolate, and Never Let Them See You Sweat
- Building an Effective Policy Management and Governance Program with Intentionality
- Return on Investment or Really Obscure Idea? Demonstrating the Value of Compliance to the Board, Executive Management, Employees and Every Other Stakeholder in Your Organization
Listen in as we review these sessions and more, as well as what’s going on in compliance, including effectively managing through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is changing everything from training to risk profiles.