Incorporating a mindset of diversity, equality, and inclusivity into how you respond to whistleblower reports and to employees who speak-up will help build a people-first workplace culture.
Learn how your organization can step up and create an inclusive environment where employees feel safe, secure, and that they belong. The webinar will take what we've learned, and continue to learn from 2020 onwards.
Leaders know that cultivating a workplace culture where employees are willing to report on the wrongs they see is challenging. This recorded webinar takes on a simple approach to guiding employees before, during, and after they file a report.
Teams have learned many new and creative ways to connect and converse. However, those deeper meaningful check-ins are being missed. This webinar covers tips to unlocking capacity and creativity when your team is working remotely.
In this webinar we have a conversation with Andrea Bonime-Blanc who will take the ten megatrends of our turbulent times from her book Gloom to Boom, and discuss how leaders can use these trends to help navigate their organizations through ESGT risks we experience everyday.
With global ethics reporting incidents on the rise, it is more important than ever to ensure your organization takes a people-centric approach in creating an efficient and trustworthy ethics reporting process. This recorded webinar shares insights and best practices to implementing a human powered ethics hotline.
When businesses fail, there is no shortage of opinions as to what went wrong. Typically it's a failure to comply with standard operating practice designed around regulatory requirements, corporate culture, and general risks associated with the goods and services a retailer sells.
No organization wants to deal with effects of an exposure to an unexpected liability or unwelcome scrutiny. That vulnerability is more significant with the increase in ethical violations and occupational fraud stimulated by a tough economy.
Shannon Walker discusses the challenges of whistleblower complaints originating in foreign countries and best practices for handling them effectively.
Most employees have a very limited understanding of what fraud is and may not recognize red flags or warning signs. Fraud prevention depends on how ethically motivated your employees are to speak-up about any wrongs they see. This webinar covers best practices on how to recognize and prevent fraud and how to investigate fraud resulting from report responses.