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2020 Convercent Customer Awards

2020 Convercent Customer Awards

THE DEADLINE HAS PASSED AND NOMINATIONS FOR CONVERCENT'S 2020 CUSTOMER AWARDS ARE CLOSED. WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY EOD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9TH.

Nominate an Outstanding Ethics & Compliance Program for the Convercent Customer Awards

Convercent’s Customer Awards and Recognition Program celebrates excellence in the fields of ethics, compliance, legal, and human resources. Our awards celebrate innovative thinking, humanity, and ethics at the center of organizations across the globe.

This year we added a new award category, Leadership, to highlight the individuals who have an extraordinary talent of working across their organization to continuously drive an inclusive, empowered, and ethical culture.

Nominate an excellent program, or enter your own program, for consideration today.

 


Convercent Customer Awards embody four distinct core values: innovation, humanity, ethics, and leadership.

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Humanity

There is a big difference between feeling connected to an organization that cares about your professional and personal well-being, versus feeling like another cog in the revenue wheel. The Convercent Humanity award is granted to the Convercent Customer that has built humanity into their organization’s culture and compliance program by having a deep understanding of their employees and developing creative solutions to connect, engage, and empower employees to make ethical decisions on their own.

2019 Award Winner: Rio Tinto

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Ethics

While compliance and ethics are often tied together, you know they are two very different things. To be compliant means to follow the rules and regulations, whereas being ethical refers to doing the right thing simply because it’s the right thing to do. As consumers are recognized as key stakeholders, doing the right thing becomes a competitive advantage. The Convercent Ethics Award will be presented to the Convercent Customer that has shown exceptional grit and determination to drive ethics to the center of their organization.

2019 Award Winner: Airbnb

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Innovation

One of the few silver linings in 2020 is that it reminded us to think outside the box instead of doing things the way they have always been done. The Convercent Innovation Award is for our customers who stay on top of the data and insights of their program, always ask why, and find new, efficient, and effective ways to improve culture, increase employee engagement, and proactively build their ethics and compliance program with disruption in mind.

2019 Award Winner: Kimberly-Clark

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Leadership (Individual Award)

This year, we are seeking your nominations for the first-ever Leadership Award, to highlight an individual with an extraordinary talent of working across the organization to continuously drive an inclusive, empowered, and ethical culture. These are the individuals that are helping change people’s perspective of the Ethics & Compliance field from a “department of no” to a trusted partner. They are the movers and shakers that are laying the foundation to help drive permanent behavior changes in organizations across the globe.

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Terms & Conditions

The Winning Programs and Individual Will Receive:

  • A feature in a special episode of The Ethics Movement podcast with Tom Fox, The Compliance Evangelist, and Philip Winterburn, Chief Strategy Officer at Convercent
  • A spotlight in the Customer Newsletter and CONVERGE Community, with over two thousand industry leaders and compliance innovators
  • A shiny award to show off to your internal organization and Board of Directors 🏆
  • International bragging rights

Entry Criteria

To nominate an individual, team, or organization for Convercent’s 2020 Customer Awards, the nominated organization or individual must:

  • Be a Convercent Customer
  • Agree to take part in a follow up Case Study highlighting their program, if selected (only for Innovation, Humanity, and Ethics Award)

Nomination Rules

  • One entry per award category, per organization
  • Submitted before 10 PM MST on November 30th, 2020 – Extended until December 2nd at 11 AM MST
  • Winners must follow up within 14 days of receiving the email from their Customer Success Manager with the news that they won

*Convercent Partners are not eligible for this award

Honoree Selection

Honorees will be selected by a committee of team members across the Convercent organization and will be contacted via email by their Customer Success Manager by end of day Wednesday, December 9th, 2020.

Reveal of Award Honorees

Winners will have a spotlight in the CONVERGE Community, be featured in a special episode of The Ethics Movement Podcast, and highlighted in the Customer Newsletter.

 

If you have any questions or run into an issue when submitting your nomination, please email Megan at megan.reberry@convercent.com.

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What to prepare before you start the nomination process

If you are entering your company for the 2020 Innovation, Humanity, or Ethics Award you will need to have the following information prepared before starting the nomination process.

  • First and Last Name of person making submission, as well as their work email. We will use this person as the point of contact if we need any additional information or have questions.
  • The name of the organization you are nominating.
  • The name of the initiative or program you are nominating and the reason or purpose behind why it was created.
  • A short summary describing the initiative or program as well as the main outcomes and/or achievements.
  • Who was involved in the success of the initiative or program? Was it a cross-department collaboration? If yes, are there any tips you’d like to share on how to get other departments involved with compliance programs?

If you are entering yourself or a colleague for the 2020 Leadership Award you will need to have the following information prepared before starting the nomination process.

  • First and Last Name of person making submission, as well as their work email. We will use this person as the point of contact if we need any additional information or have questions.
  • The name of the organization you are nominating.
  • The name and title of the person you are nominating, as well as the organization they work for.
  • Summary of why you decided to nominate this person to win and how they have impacted the organization or team.