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Meric Block on Writing the Final Report of an Investigation [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub An internal investigation isn’t really done until the final report is written, and getting the report right is essential. When done well it can help an organization move forward. If done badly, it can create new problems of its own. Meric Bloch is the Corporate Director for Investigations at Shriner’s Hospital […]

Duration: 00:14:59

Andy Hinton on Compliance at Google [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub No compliance program is without challenges, but when you’re running compliance at one of the world’s highest-profile companies, the playing field is a bit different. Andy Hinton, Vice President, Ethics & Compliance at Google takes some time out to share his experiences there, and, surprisingly, how life in the spotlight may […]

Duration: 00:06:53

Ricardo Pellafone on Measuring if Your Compliance Program is Working [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub How do you know your compliance program is working? Are there no incidents because there really aren’t incidents, or just because you haven’t found them yet? Ricardo Pellafone, the founder of compliance-training company Broadcat joins us for this podcast to discuss how to measure the impact of a compliance program, and […]

Duration: 00:14:29

Rebecca Walker on Assessing Your Compliance and Ethics Program [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Even the best of compliance programs require a periodic assessment to see exactly how they are doing. In fact, one of the signs of a best-in-class compliance program is the fact that it is being assessed regularly. Rebecca Walker, a partner in the firm Kaplan & Walker, has focused her work […]

Duration: 00:12:34

Rashmi Airan on Ethical Blindspots and Their Consequences [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Rashmi Airan won’t be addressing health care compliance issues at the 2018 Compliance Institute. Instead, she’ll be talking about her career as an attorney with a great deal of real estate experience, particularly in questionable transactions. Those transactions resulted in a guilty plea and approximately six months in prison. In this […]

Duration: 00:11:28

Ben DiPietro and Grace Keith on Talking to the Press [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub There are few phrases that can spread fear more quickly than “There’s a reporter on the phone who wants to talk with you.” Part of the anxiety stems from the fact that few compliance professionals have much experience in talking with the press. To help better understand what you should and […]

Duration: 00:14:54

Steve Preece on Compliance and the UK Competition and Markets Authority [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Recently, Terry Stechysin of the Canadian Competition Bureau shared his perspectives via a podcast on the Canadian Government’s view of the role of compliance in anti-competition. In this podcast, another Canadian, Steven Preece, an Assistant Director with the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), weighs in on the UK government’s perspective. […]

Duration: 00:16:03

Meredith McMonigal on Setting Gifts and Entertainment Policies [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Few issues are more complex or more open to small things turning in to very big problems than gifts and entertainment policies. Even the seemingly smallest gift to a government official can open up a very large can of words. To bring perspective on this compliance challenges, we spoke with Meredith […]

Duration: 00:14:44

John Arvanitis on Due Diligence [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Third party due diligence has become a staple for conducting business these days. Whether they are concerned about complying with the FCPA or safeguarding your data, organizations are increasingly taking a longer look at their vendors and suppliers to better understand who is running them and how they operate. In this […]

Duration: 00:09:15

Patrick Kelly on Creating a Compliance Program and the Special Challenges in Governmental Entities [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub In 2007 the Federal Bureau of Investigation embarked on the formation of its compliance program. It was a first for the FBI and, at the time, one of the few compliance programs in the entire Federal Government. Patrick W. Kelley was selected to serve as Chief Compliance Officer in the brand […]

Duration: 00:15:31

Meet Gerry Zack, Incoming CEO of The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics & Health Care Compliance Association [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub On October 16, 2017 at the Compliance & Ethics Institute, Roy Snell, the CEO of the SCCE & HCCA, announced that the association’s Board of Directors had selected Gerry Zack as the incoming CEO. He will take command of the association upon Roy’s retirement in 2019. Gerry was selected after an […]

Duration: 00:15:22

Chris Bohjalian on Good and Bad People in Fiction and What We Can Learn From Them [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub One of the stranger things in compliance and ethics is that if you sit people down for compliance and ethics training, they tend to issue at a minimum a silent groan. Yet, those same people will happily sit down with a novel where the protagonist is wrestling between right and wrong. […]

Duration: 00:14:24

Eric Havian on Whistleblowers: Perspectives of a Qui Tam Attorney [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Why do employees go outside the company to blow the whistle? Are they in it for the money? Out for revenge? Or, did someone just not listen to them? Eric Havian, partner in the San Francisco office of Constantine Cannon, offers his perspective based on years of qui tam cases. In […]

Duration: 00:10:52

Caroline McMichen on Making Compliance a Part of How the Company Does Business [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Take a look at the Molson Coors compliance program, and you quickly notice that there is something special about it: from start to finish it is integrated with the way and language of how the company does business. The company, as part of business conversations, talks about its brew, which is […]

Duration: 00:10:18

Al Gagne on Responding to an Initial Incident Report

By Adam Turteltaub Internal investigations are always a hot topic, and this year they were the subject of a two-day, dedicated SCCE conference. Al Gagne, the former Director of Ethics and Compliance of Textron Systems Corporation formed half of the pair of presenters that led the program. In this podcast, Al shares his insights […]

Duration: 00:11:47

Terence Stechysin on the Canadian Competition Bureau [Podcast]

At the 2017 SCCE Washington, DC regional meeting we were fortunate to be joined by Terence Stechysin, the Acting Director of Compliance of the Canadian Competition Bureau. In a podcast recorded there, Terry provides a good reminder that when thinking internationally, US compliance officers need to remember that, as close as Canada is, it does […]

Duration: 00:10:08

Marsha Ershaghi Hames on Adult Learning and the Role of Leadership in Organizational Culture [Podcast]

Marsha Ershaghi Hames is the Managing Director for strategy and Development at compliance solution provider LRN. She also holds a Doctorate in Education Technology. She earned her Ph.D. studying the role leaders play in enabling organizational culture. It’s an important field of study. Tone at the top is something that compliance professionals discuss, but it’s […]

Duration: 00:13:49

Brandon Spooner on Compliance in Brazil [Podcast]

When compliance professionals think of Brazil, they tend to focus, rightly, on the corruption challenge. Many may miss the fact, thought that it is also a very large economy, in fact it is one of the world’s ten largest. In addition, the country has a very sophisticated business community and a substantial investment in compliance. […]

Duration: 00:10:29

Bruce Anderson on Working with A Geographically Dispersed Compliance Team [Podcast]

We’re all familiar with the challenges of a distributed workforce, but there are challenges, too, with a distributed compliance team. It can be difficult working with colleagues who are hundreds, if not thousands, of miles away. How do you work together as a team? How do you know if your colleague is truly on board, […]

Duration: 00:11:56

Stephen Paskoff on Civility in the Workplace [Podcast]

Civility in the workplace is something most, but not all, would agree makes for a better work environment. But, what about the impact on compliance? In his book Civility Rules, long-time labor and employment attorney Stephen Paskoff, who is a former trial attorney for the EEOC, argues that civility plays a critical role in ensuring […]

Duration: 00:11:27

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