How can an ethical culture improve E&C program effectiveness—and ultimately business performance?
The ongoing challenges wrought by COVID-19 have shaped the evolution of ethics and compliance programs—especially their effectiveness. How do organizations forge ahead with E&C while continuing to navigate uncharted waters?
Listen in on a conversation about our research into what works and what’s next for E&C programs as they navigate returning to work, hybrid arrangements, and preserving their ethical culture—drawing insights from the 2022 Ethics & Compliance Program Effectiveness Report.
During this webinar, you'll learn:
How did E&C programs change during the pandemic?
What does “good” look like today for E&C programs?
What best practices are now leading edge?
What will the “new normal” look like?
Emily Miner (moderator)
Senior Advisor, LRN
Emily is a Senior Advisor in LRN’s Ethics & Compliance Advisory practice. She counsels executive leadership teams on how to actively shape and manage their ethical culture through deep quantitative and qualitative understanding and engagement. A skilled facilitator, Emily emphasizes co-creative, bottom-up, and data-driven approaches to foster ethical behavior and inform program strategy. Emily has led engagements with organizations in the healthcare, technology, manufacturing, energy, professional services, and education industries. Emily co-leads LRN’s ongoing flagship research on E&C program effectiveness and is a thought leader in the areas of organizational culture, leadership, and E&C program impact. Prior to joining LRN, Emily applied her behavioral science expertise in the environmental sustainability sector, working with non-profits and several New England municipalities; facilitated earth science research in academia; and contributed to drafting and advancing international climate policy goals. Emily has a Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy from Columbia University and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida with a degree in Anthropology.
Chief Integrity & Compliance Officer, Newmont Corporation
Scott Sullivan joined Newmont's Legal Leadership Team as Chief Compliance Officer in August 2019. Scott oversees the global Business Integrity & Compliance program and reports regularly to the Audit Committee. Prior to joining Newmont, Scott most recently served as the Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer at Flowserve Corporation headquartered in Irving, Texas, where he led the vision, strategy, and execution for all facets of ethics and compliance. Scott previously worked in private practice in the Dallas office of Strasburger & Price, LLP. Scott holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Vermont, as well as a Master of Arts degree in International Relations & Comparative Politics from Simon Fraser University, and a Master of Business Administration degree and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Connecticut.
U.S. Compliance Officer, Braskem
Joe Henry is the US Compliance Officer for Braskem, a multi-national Chemicals and Plastics company headquartered in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He leads the Ethics, Compliance and Risk Management efforts for Braskem’s US operations including commercial, manufacturing, logistics, management and Innovation and Technology (R&D) functions.
Prior to joining Braskem in January 2017, Joe was a Compliance Director at GSK, a global pharmaceutical company, and worked in various ethics and compliance roles since 2003. Investigations oversight, Compliance Operations, Methodology development, process assessment and improvement, policy and procedure management and managing government oversight programs were some of the responsibilities he successfully fulfilled while at GSK. Prior to his GSK Compliance roles, Joe worked at SmithKline Beecham as an Information Technology Project Director and with IBM Sales, Technical Support and Product Development.
Joe earned a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University and an MBA from Saint Joseph’s University. He also earned his certification as a Leading Professional in Ethics and Compliance from the Ethics and Compliance Initiative (ECI). Joe and his wife reside in Lewes, Delaware and he works in Philadelphia, PA. Joe will be retiring at the end of March 2022 to pursue personal interests, travel and enjoy more time with his 3 grown children and two grandchildren.