100 episodes

Podcast featuring the top Compliance and Ethics thought leaders from around the globe. The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Health Care Compliance Association will keep you up to date on enforcement trends, current events, and best practices in the compliance and ethics arena. To submit ideas and questions, please email: service@corporatecompliance.org

Compliance Perspectives SCCE

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Podcast featuring the top Compliance and Ethics thought leaders from around the globe. The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Health Care Compliance Association will keep you up to date on enforcement trends, current events, and best practices in the compliance and ethics arena. To submit ideas and questions, please email: service@corporatecompliance.org

    Michaela Ahlberg and Anna Romberg on Rethinking the Compliance Program [Podcast]

    Michaela Ahlberg and Anna Romberg on Rethinking the Compliance Program [Podcast]

    Post By: Adam Turteltaub



    What’s the best overall response for compliance teams to the pandemic? Rather than getting all fancy, Michaela Ahlberg and Anna Romberg, authors of The Grey Zone, believe that it’s best to go back to basics.



    In this podcast they argue that it’s important to remember that, at its core, compliance and ethics is about leadership, decisions made (or not), and the willingness to engage in difficult discussions. During this era, it’s important to foster discussions that are open, and to embrace the idea that the answers may not be perfect.



    Also worth embracing, they suggest, is the recognition that our colleagues are even more stressed than normal. As a result we need to work collaboratively, help people to see different aspects of problems, and understand that their decisions can have impacts on a wide range of stakeholders.



    Listen in to learn more about the virtues of returning to the basics during very complex times.

    • 12 min
    Matt Kunkel on Remote Work [Podcast]

    Matt Kunkel on Remote Work [Podcast]

    Post By: Adam Turteltaub



    The shift to remote work is having a dramatic impact on how compliance teams approach their work.



    Matt Kunkel, CEO and CO-Founder of LogicGate explains that this provide an opportunity to review not just the risk profile of the organization but the relationship with the business unit. As business reconfigures how it operates, compliance professionals have a unique opportunity to partner with the business in identifying new processes and how to manage them.



    While doing so he recommends demonstrating a great deal of empathy, understanding that in times of change it will be difficult to be fully compliant in some areas, but that a culture of compliance must continue.



    Listen in to learn more about the risks of the current era, and the opportunities as well.

    • 9 min
    Frits van Paasschen on Disruption, Accelerating Change and Working with the CEO and Board [Podcast]

    Frits van Paasschen on Disruption, Accelerating Change and Working with the CEO and Board [Podcast]

    Post By: Adam Turteltaub



    Frits van Paasschen, the former CEO of Starwood and Coors Brewing Company, and the author of The Disruptors Feast was good enough to sit down with us for the latest Compliance Perspectives podcast.



    In this discussion he begins by offering key insights into the very busy mind of the CEO, advising that a compliance officer should always try to be a provider of solutions, not just someone good at diagnosing problems.



    Board members, he warns, want people who can answer their questions.  It’s critical to be prepared to answer and help them connect the dots.



    And, speaking of connecting the dots, he also shares the patterns he sees in the business world, which is marked more by disruption, he argues, than most realize.  That’s true, he notes, even during more normal times.



    He advises that as technology accelerates change, compliance teams need to constantly ask:  what has changed and what has remained the same?  And, where there is change, it is essential to speak up, even if others are unprepared to hear what you have to say.



    That’s a very intriguing proposition and a conversation well worth listening to.

    • 11 min
    Natalia Shehadeh on Dealing with Two Crises [Podcast]

    Natalia Shehadeh on Dealing with Two Crises [Podcast]

    Post By: Adam Turteltaub



    Every organization in the world is facing a crisis now, as the pandemic ranges. But, the oil and gas industry is facing a second crisis as well: a collapse in the price of oil.



    How can compliance get the attention of businesspeople when two crises are swirling? Natalia Shehadeh, Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer at TechnipFMC recommends focusing on partnership.



    That starts with the support of leadership, of course, and in TechnipFMC’s case that was the easy part. The Chairman and CEO, without prompting from compliance, cautioned that despite the current situation the company needed to operate with an integrity and safety-first mindset.



    To reach the workforce, the compliance team is working aggressively to keep their messages fresh and thoughtful. In addition, they are using technology such as Yammer almost daily and weekly podcasts. All of this is a part of an effort to stay “sticky with the business.”



    At the same time, they are staying current on changing risk profiles. The company is actively engaged in human rights compliance, for example.



    Finally, in this podcast she also addresses what the compliance team is doing to stay connected with each other. This includes not just work meetings, but exchanging photos, daily chats, and even sharing movie lists and recipes.



    Listen in to learn more about how to manage through, even when one crisis is piled on top of another.

    • 12 min
    Darrell Contreras on Simplifying the Code of Conduct [Podcast]

    Darrell Contreras on Simplifying the Code of Conduct [Podcast]

    Post By: Adam Turteltaub



    All codes of conduct share a common goal of shaping employee decisions and actions. Yet codes differ in terms of size and scope. Some are quite brief, while others are dozens of pages long.



    Darrell Contreras, Chief Compliance Officer for Millennium Health, is an advocate for shorter codes of conduct. A long code, he argues in this podcast, can be overwhelming to employees, making it less likely that they will turn to it for guidance.



    He makes the case that shorter is better, leading to a code of conduct that is more approachable and accessible. In addition, brevity forces the focus to remain on the governing principles.



    Listen in as he shares the story of why and how Millennium cut its code of conduct down to just one page. He also shares advice on what you should and shouldn’t do when developing a briefer code to guide employees in their work.

    • 14 min
    Gerry Zack: June 2020 SCCE and HCCA Update [Podcast]

    Gerry Zack: June 2020 SCCE and HCCA Update [Podcast]

    Post By: Adam Turteltaub



    Like organizations everywhere the SCCE and HCCA have been affected by the global COVID-19 pandemic. In this podcast, the organization’s CEO Gerry Zack explains how the association has been handling the crisis and what the future holds.



    Fortunately, there is much good news. The vast majority of the staff is working remotely, while a small crew at the office ensures that the mail gets answered and orders get shipped.



    On the meetings front, the association has transitioned to virtual meetings very successfully and actually expanded the educational opportunities. One example of that is our regional meetings. In the past a compliance professional in City A would be unlikely to travel to City B for a one-day regional conference. Now that the meetings are virtual that’s not an issue. As a result, there are dozens more meetings to choose from.



    The association will continue to move meetings to virtual formats where possible. For the Compliance & Ethics Institute it’s still too early to make the call, as Gerry explains, but we’ll be watching how things develop closely. And, for the Academies we hope to be able to resume live meetings in the fall.



    Listen in as he shares more details about our meetings, the new, free web conferences for SCCE and HCCA members, and how COSMOS is helping our members access their magazines electronically. Plus, there’s even more available now on COSMOS with new content to come.

    • 17 min

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The Podcast for Compliance Professionals

Compliance Perspectives provides great insight for the Compliance Professional wanting to learn more about being an effective compliance officer. Adam Turteltaub does an outstanding job of drawing out interesting and useful information from his guests in an engaging manner. This podcast is great training condensed into 15 minute chunks for the busy compliance professional or anyone interested in being more effective in their role.

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