Creating an Agile Code of Conduct

Think about the last time you updated your Code of Conduct—how long did that information stay valid after publishing? How long until there was new information that needed to be added in? In today’s landscape, change is inevitable. With the high cost of traditional Code of Conduct rebuilds and updates , it’s no wonder that ethics and compliance professionals have been trying to come up with innovative new ways to make their static Code of Conduct into an engaging and agile document. Join Asha Palmer and a few of our Customer Success Managers for a Coffee Chat on this very topic. This should be a lively discussion, so we encourage you to come with examples and ideas of how your team has been dealing with constant changes and costly updates to your Code of Conduct.

  • Connect with your peers: Exchange best practices, collaborate, and build partnerships with other Convercent customers
  • Gain insights from your Customer Success Manager: Learn to use the Convercent tools you already have to support your initiatives and drive employee engagement, and hear about innovative new solutions in action at other companies
  • Share strategies to navigate current issues: Learn how other companies are creating a more agile Code of Conduct during this time of constant change
  • How current societal movements and crises are affecting programs and how other customers are balancing an increased workload
  • Strategies to influence company culture and help drive ethics to the center of your organization 
  • Discussions, scenario-based training, communication, and messaging styles to keep your employees engaged with your program

*Conversations are organic, so we cannot promise that each of these topics will be discussed, but these are common themes

  • Learn pain points and best practices from your peers
  • A strong support network of ethics and compliance colleagues to lean on after the event’s conclusion
  • Learn about the 24/7 365 CONVERGE ecosystem and how it can support you and your role