Jessica Gauerke, MSL, CCEP, CAMS; SME in AML, Corporate Compliance, Risk Management – Jefferson Wells
Compliance at its best is not sales prevention; it is revenue and reputation retention. Most executives list reputational risk as a sleep-preventer yet struggle to connect the dots on what makes some compliance and ethics programs effective and others, ineffective. Even then, “ethical” organizations can find themselves on the wrong end of a headline announcing insider theft or failure to prevent retaliation against whistleblowers.
Understanding the role and potential of an effective ethics and compliance program through the eyes of both federal regulators and compliance programming professionals will give experienced executives and early-career professionals a fresh way to look at whether their organizations are effectively using compliance programming to build and maintain reputation.
After participating in this webinar, you will:
-Understand the elements of Effective Ethics and Compliance Programs under the Federal ---Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations
-Gain insight on how to identify missing elements in your organization
-Understand how Ethics can be quantified and measured within an organization
-Peek over the horizon at the 9th element – How risk assessments can be used to support ethical culture
Who should attend: Anyone involved in resourcing for compliance – BODs, executives, CCOs, internal auditors, HR, early career audit & compliance professionals
Program level: Beginner
Field of study: Regulatory Ethics
Delivery Method: Group Internet
Recommended CPE Credit: 1.0
*CPE credit available for qualifying live attendees only