This week as we get ready for the fireworks of July 4th here in the USA, let’s talk a little about the fireworks in your code document. Many organizations are focusing more on the design and look of their code documents, but what does that mean? Eric spends a little time discussing a few ideas to consider.
This week Eric takes up the topic of reporting and talks about 4 different areas an organization can concentrate on to encourage employees to come forward with their concerns.
Summer is here and Eric takes a few minutes to discuss some ideas on utilizing mission and values in your program’s communications and written standards. We talk often about bad culture, so let’s talk a little about leveraging good culture and strong values.
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.
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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.