I am committed to moving the compliance profession forward through a variety of means and mechanisms. Over the next few weeks, I will be participating in three great compliance and ethics events. I hope you can join me at one or more. If you cannot travel, then listen in to my widely acclaimed podcast series 31 Days to a More Effective Compliance Program, where I dedicate the month of March to the topic of Innovation in Compliance. Best of all, each of these learning opportunities is available at no cost.
Convercent Roundtable in Houston-March 10
On Tuesday, March 10, Convercent is hosting a Roundtable, from 12-2 at Steak 48. Our featured speaker will be Philip Winterburn and featured guest is Terri Springer from HP. We will focus on key KPIs for compliance and how they can work to more fully operationalize ethics and compliance in your organization. You will learn how leading organizations are moving from reactive compliance management to a proactive program. Information and Registration here.
Convercent Innovation Forum in NYC on March 12
On Thursday, March 12 Convercent is hosting an Innovation Forum from 3:30-7 PM at Santina. I will once again be joined by Philip Winterburn, with special guest Louis Sapirman, VP and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer for Panasonic Corporation of North America. Engaging employees with corporate ethics and compliance programs is a universal pain point for ethics, compliance, and legal professionals across the globe. Join us as we discuss new and innovative ways to drive engagement. Then participate in a collaborative workshop to develop your own Employee Engagement Workbook, so you know where to focus to drive the greatest impact when you return to work. This event will allow you to network with like-minded individuals within the ethics and compliance space. For more information and registration click here.
Philadelphia IIA Fraud & Ethics Symposium 2020
If you cannot make it to Houston or NYC, how about joining me in Philly? Join me at the Baker Tilly and the Philadelphia Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) 2020 Fraud and Ethics Symposium. This one-day fraud symposium, sponsored by Baker Tilly’s Global Forensic, Compliance and Integrity Services and Solutions Practice Group and hosted by the Institute of Internal Auditors, Philadelphia Chapter, will include topics such as: culture, current trends in white-collar crime, tone is the middle, policy management and a fascinating case study on a local fraud. Information here and registration here.
31 Days of to a More Effective Compliance Program-Innovation in Compliance
March 2, Texas Independency Day, I begin a topic in my podcast series, 31 Days to a More Effective Compliance Program. Over the month of March, I will be considering one of my favorite topics, innovation in compliance, for March’s podcast series. Each day I will present a new topic, together with 3 key takeaways. Each podcast is about 8 minutes long so you will receive a quick, efficient and focused compliance insight each day. 31 Days to a More Effective Compliance Program is available through a wide variety of platforms, Compliance Podcast Network, JDSurpa, FCPA Compliance Report and Megaphone. 31 Days to a More Effective Compliance Program now has its own iTunes channel. If you want to download multiple issues and binge out, go to iTunes and do so. Best of all, is the cost of this learning opportunity, it’s free.