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ECI’s Independent Monitors Benchmarking Group Webcast

Eric Feldman (Affiliated Monitors, Inc.) and Michael Kallens (Nasdaq) shared insights and previewed the upcoming report from ECI’s Independent Monitor Benchmarking Group. Learn best practices for selecting and agreeing to terms with a Monitor as well as: -how to most effectively manage the...

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Conflicts of Interest Webcast Documents

Conflicts of Interest are among the thorniest issues that organizations and ethics and compliance professionals face. Jeffrey Kaplan and Mark Snyderman, co-chairs of ECI’s Conflicts of Interest Benchmarking Group, share best practices on defining, preventing, identifying and dealing with...

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Men, Women and Ethical Leadership: Gender's Influence on Tone at the Top (2016) ECI Webcast

February 25, 2016Learn key findings from ECI's research study on gender in the workplace. Why is it important for organizations to know how men and women perceive their leaders and organizations? How do these differences between men and women impact ethics culture and the working environment...

ECI Gender & Leadership Webcast.pdf

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Q&A: Pat Harned, Ph.D. on Ethics and Compliance

Article originally posted on CREATe.org here on August 31, 2015. In this post, CREATe’s CEO Pamela Passman talks with Patricia Harned, chief executive officer of the Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI). ECI empowers its members in the ethics and compliance community to operate at the...

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Large Companies Can Boost Ethical Performance, Cut Business Risks

March 26, 2015 ARLINGTON, Va. , -- Large companies can dramatically improve their integrity by implementing effective ethics and compliance programs to reduce employee misconduct and improve every key measure of workplace behavior, the newly-renamed Ethics Research Center (ERC) said in a study...

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Employee Views of Leaders' Personal Conduct Drives Perceptions of their Ethical Leadership, ERC Study Says

December 11, 2014 Workers Judge Leaders Primarily by Three Factors ARLINGTON, Va. - Corporate leaders who are perceived by their employees as demonstrating strong personal character are much more likely to be perceived as setting a strong tone from the top, the Ethics Resource Center (ERC)...

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The State of Ethics in Large Companies: New Findings from ERC's National Business Ethics Survey (March 2015) Presentation Slides

March 31, 2015 Effective E&C programs are vital, living parts of a company's ethos and way of doing business. Effective programs ensure that ethical conduct is rewarded and that employees know how to uphold ethics standards in their work and feel supported in their efforts. The ERC's biennial...

NBES Report_ State of Ethics in Large Companies _ 27March2015.pdf

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