Engaging your employees meaningfully and training them effectively doesn’t have to involve an overhaul of your compliance program and internal communication strategy. Join us at this Global Forum, co-hosted by Convercent CECO Asha Palmer and Broadcat CEO Ricardo Pellafone, to find out how companies are using an agile mindset to achieve better training outcomes. You’ll learn:
- How a peer in ethics and compliance has implemented creative engagement ideas
- Why current training initiatives are falling short of regulator expectations
- What Hui Chen recommends, based on her recent interview with Ricardo
- How to measure what really matters—whether your training is impacting misconduct
Don’t let your next training initiative fall flat. Attend this Global Forum and refresh your approach to training.
Asha Palmer, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer & EVP, Converge at Convercent
Asha’s expertise lies in the areas of program development and enhancement, training and engagement, anti-bribery & corruption, risk assessments, and third-party management. She has developed and enhanced ethics & compliance programs for over 20 companies worldwide. As a former Assistant United States Attorney and litigator, Asha is passionate about training, engagement, and finding practical ways to embed ethics & compliance within businesses and with its leaders. Asha is also active in the ethics & compliance community, presenting in 2017, 2018 and 2019 at Compliance Week Europe and participating in the well-renowned Program for Corporate Compliance & Enforcement at New York University.
Ricardo Pellafone, Founder and CEO at Broadcat
As Broadcat’s Founder and CEO, Ricardo is responsible for setting and obsessively refining Broadcat’s core methodology, approach, and vision of practical, useful compliance. Ricardo has been quoted by former DOJ compliance expert Hui Chen in Bloomberg and mentioned or cited in The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, Compliance Today, Compliance Week, Compliance and Ethics Professional, Life Science Compliance Update, and more. He’s also a frequent speaker on compliance design (from Anchorage to Frankfurt!) and was a 2019 Business Fellow in Praxis Labs, faith-based startup accelerator.