Ethical Breakdowns: How Great Companies Close the Intention-Action Gap

JUNE 12 - 13, 2018 | THE CONFERENCE BOARD | NEW YORK, NY

June 12 - 13, 2018

About the Seminar

The 2018 Ethics Seminar will investigate the degree to which changes in compliance and ethics policies, programs and procedures are likely as a result of the numerous ethical issues raised over the last year or more. Corporate executives charged with averting the financial and reputational risks associated with unethical behavior and compliance violations will gain a deeper, broader understanding of the necessary principles, policies and practices necessary to prevent them. With recent events in mind, attendees will also develop a better sense of the leadership qualities and conduct required to establish the right foundation for the best ethical outcomes. 

Benefits of Attending:

  • Gain updated knowledge of what changes corporations should consider in their ethics and compliance programs as a result of recent events and ongoing revelations
  • Acquire a sharp sense of the oversight role boards of directors should play; gather ideas on how boards can be empowered and motivated to monitor ethical and compliance issues within the companies they serve
  • Expand your understanding of the most important policies and practices businesses should be examining today
  • Enrich your knowledge of how to evaluate your company’s current ethics and compliance programs and how to compile the most beneficial data and intelligence possible
  • Advance your insight into the full implications of ethical breaches and discover from authentic examples how best to safeguard against them, as well as how to handle the consequences when they occur
  • Extend your network by meeting fellow experienced ethics and compliance professionals to share information and stimulate new ideas
  • Network with fellow experienced ethics and compliance professionals

Register before May 5th and save $100!


Who Should Attend

We recommend this event for Managers, Directors, VPs, and Executives, who are responsible for:

  • Ethics and Compliance
  • Legal Affairs
  • Risk
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Privacy
  • Human Resources
  • Employee Engagement
  • Diversity
  • Communications

Get Involved! If you would like to get involved in the 2018 conference, please contact us:

LOCATION

The Conference Board
845 Third Avenue (Between 51st and 52nd)
New York, NY 10022

Tel: (212) 339-0345

Please Note: Registration fees do not include hotel accommodations.

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JUNE 12 - 13, 2018
THE CONFERENCE BOARD,NEW YORK, NY
June 12 - 13, 2018

About the Seminar

The 2018 Ethics Seminar will investigate the degree to which changes in compliance and ethics policies, programs and procedures are likely as a result of the numerous ethical issues raised over the last year or more. Corporate executives charged with averting the financial and reputational risks associated with unethical behavior and compliance violations will gain a deeper, broader understanding of the necessary principles, policies and practices necessary to prevent them. With recent events in mind, attendees will also develop a better sense of the leadership qualities and conduct required to establish the right foundation for the best ethical outcomes. 

Benefits of Attending:

  • Gain updated knowledge of what changes corporations should consider in their ethics and compliance programs as a result of recent events and ongoing revelations
  • Acquire a sharp sense of the oversight role boards of directors should play; gather ideas on how boards can be empowered and motivated to monitor ethical and compliance issues within the companies they serve
  • Expand your understanding of the most important policies and practices businesses should be examining today
  • Enrich your knowledge of how to evaluate your company’s current ethics and compliance programs and how to compile the most beneficial data and intelligence possible
  • Advance your insight into the full implications of ethical breaches and discover from authentic examples how best to safeguard against them, as well as how to handle the consequences when they occur
  • Extend your network by meeting fellow experienced ethics and compliance professionals to share information and stimulate new ideas
  • Network with fellow experienced ethics and compliance professionals

Register before May 5th and save $100!


Who Should Attend

We recommend this event for Managers, Directors, VPs, and Executives, who are responsible for:

  • Ethics and Compliance
  • Legal Affairs
  • Risk
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Privacy
  • Human Resources
  • Employee Engagement
  • Diversity
  • Communications

Get Involved! If you would like to get involved in the 2018 conference, please contact us:

Jeffrey Benjamin, Former General Counsel and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Avon Products, Inc.

Melissa Bouilly, Director, Supply Chain Sustainability, Dell Technologies Inc.

Kellie Brennan, Compliance Director and Title IX/ Clery Coordinator, Ohio State University

Jessica Colon, Head of Policy and Strategic Excellence - Ethics and Compliance, Executive Director Regulatory Compl, Novartis Corporation

Richard Davies, Vice President, Legal, Ethics and Compliance, Avon Products, Inc.

Karen Eryou, Global Head, Ethics & Compliance Programs, UCB SA

Noreen Fierro, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, The

Azish Filabi, Executive Director, Ethical Systems

Michael Garland, Assistant Comptroller for Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment, NYC Office of the Comptroller

Frank Geovannello, Director, Supply Chain CR & Supplier Div, Altria Client Services

David Irish, Global Ethics & Compliance Specialist, Global Compliance Department, ManpowerGroup

Veena Lakkundi, Chief Compliance Officer and Vice President, Compliance and Business Conduct, 3M Company

Cindy Moehring, Senior Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer - US, WalMart Stores, Inc.

Kris Pugsley, Senior Manager, Global Communications and Change Management, ON Semiconductor

Greg Radinsky, Senior Vice President and Chief Corporate Compliance Officer, Northwell Health

Jack Radke, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Owens-Illinois, Inc.

Barry Schindler, Vice President of Compliance, Legal Group, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

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