Posts by Eric Morehead

Tom Fox Discusses His Complete Compliance Handbook

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This week we have a special guest, Tom Fox, who discusses his new book “The Complete Compliance Handbook” with Eric. You can find out more about the new book, and how to order it, here.

Also, don’t forget to join us and our friends at SAI Global for a FREE webinar (with 1.2 CCB CEU’s approved for your CCEP) on Thursday the 24th at 10AM CT / 11AM ET entitled “Cracking the Code: Understanding Regulatory and Stakeholder Expectations for Code of Conduct” — you can register (FOR FREE) here.

And, as always, don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! And please let us know if you have suggestions or questions at “eric@moreheadconuslting.com”.

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Three Ways to Promote Your New Code of Conduct

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This time Eric takes on a common question about some effective ways organizations can communicate, or roll-out, their new code of conduct. We get specific this time and talk about just three of the many ways you might try to get the word out. Posters, podcasts and personal reference cards, oh my! Get creative and try to meet your audience with different solutions.

On May 24th at Noon ET / 11AM CT, with our friends from SAI Global, “Cracking the Code of Conduct: Understanding Regulatory and Stakeholder Expectations for Written Compliance Standards.” You can register for that webinar FOR FREE here. This webinar is approved for 1.2 CCB credits for your CCEP.

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Do Small Organizations Really Have Compliance Risk Exposure?

This time we tackle several common misconceptions about regulatory and criminal risks for smaller and growing organizations. We’ll talk about what the Sentencing Commission statistics for organizations really show (www.ussc.gov) and how smaller and growing organizations really ought to be more mindful of the risks they face.

Also, join us for TWO upcoming webinars on code of conduct!

On May 9th at 1PM ET: “Updating Your Code of Conduct: Best Practices” with the Clear Law Institute. You can register for that webinar here. The webinar is approved for 1.5 CCB credits for your CCEP.

On May 24th at Noon ET / 11AM CT, with our friends from SAI Global, “Cracking the Code of Conduct: Understanding Regulatory and Stakeholder Expectations for Written Compliance Standards.” You can register for that webinar FOR FREE here. This webinar is approved for 1.2 CCB credits for your CCEP.

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Corporate Values and Your Code of Conduct

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This time we talk about how you can evaluate how (or if) to use your organization’s values in your code. First, we talk about the current use of the values and how that might help, or hinder, their use in the code. Second, we talk about two different ways you can leverage your organization’s values in the code. One way is to use the values to establish the document’s structure, the second way is to weave the values throughout the text. Eric talks about a few different ways to accomplish this.

Also, join us for TWO upcoming webinars on code of conduct!

On May 9th at 1PM ET: “Updating Your Code of Conduct: Best Practices” with the Clear Law Institute. You can register for that webinar here. The webinar is approved for 1.5 CCB credits for your CCEP.

On May 24th at Noon ET / 11AM CT, with our friends from SAI Global, “Cracking the Code of Conduct: Understanding Regulatory and Stakeholder Expectations for Written Compliance Standards.” You can register for that webinar FOR FREE here This webinar is approved for 1.2 CCB credits for your CCEP.

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Has The Compliance Officer’s Role Changed in 2018?

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Has the role changed? Eric thinks it’s a definite yes and discusses three ways this week. First, expectations from stakeholders from the BOD on down are different today. Demands on the compliance function, and expected results, are far greater than they were. Second, the need to divorce any lingering corporate legal duty from some of the important functions of compliance is greater than ever before. We may not be able to serve two masters at all times. Third, along with those challenging expectations comes a higher profile — use it wisely.

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