Join guest speaker Chris McClean, Vice President & Research Director at Forrester, for a live, interactive webinar on Tuesday, October 20th at 10am PT (1pm ET).
About the Webinar
Compliance is suddenly hot news. With some high profile corporate ethical breaches in the headlines and the recently released Yates Memo from the DOJ, executive teams are looking to compliance for more than just prevention.
Safeguarding reputational risk, creating proactive trainings, tracking hotline and case management, and successfully managing ethical hotspots are all places compliance is beginning to show its increasing value.
This informative seminar will help today’s compliance leader understand how he or she can better demonstrate the proactive value of their department to a Board and CEO.
What You’ll Learn
Specifically, Chris will delve into how compliance drives value in critical categories such as efficiency, risk reduction, enhanced performance, user adoption and satisfaction, and coverage. He’ll explain the benefits from each of these categories, and how they can be measured and presented.
He’ll also discuss larger trends in the business world, showing why the stage is set for compliance departments to take a greater role in the forward-looking aspects of their businesses.
This cutting-edge presentation will give you the facts, figures, and critical meta-data you need to help position your compliance department within your organization.
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