Category: Past Events

2016 Ethics & Compliance Initiative Annual Conference

Grounded: Bringing the Big Shots Back to Earth Powerful big shots may have impeccable professional credentials, sales abilities, or technical talents, but that doesn’t stop them from damaging the organization. Their rule-breaking and abusive treatment of others can inflict tremendous organizational harm and increase regulatory and reputational risks. In this

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2016 SCCE Utilities & Energy Conference

Sustaining Ethics and Compliance Learning Through Core Values and Behaviors A complex maze of regulatory requirements and ethical standards govern the daily workings of utility and energy enterprises. In response, many organizations have implemented E&C training curricula more suited for educating lawyers and compliance professionals than those responsible for leading and

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Join the Culture Club – CIC Webcast

Successful companies know that culture matters. How are you focusing on your workplace culture? Register for a FREE and exclusive CIC webcast on February 17th where we’ll explore practical ways you can take your company culture to the next level. Moderated by Paula Garlen and Tucker Miller, Esq., the webcast will

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CIC Client Update Meeting

ELI is offering a Client Update Meeting exclusively for our Federal Certified Instructor Community™ (CIC) in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, February 3, 2016. Please join us from 9am-2pm for an engaging session where members of our CIC will get to share best practices, refresh facilitation skills, create a strategic plan

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Federal Workplace Workshop

In a world of check-the-box compliance training… somebody had to address the larger business issues at stake such as engagement, productivity and morale. Please join us either in the morning (9am-12pm) or in the afternoon (1pm-4pm) for an interactive, hands-on workshop with peers from other agencies about how to engage

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Getting People Issues Right in Successful M&A's Webcast

As the Wall Street Journal recently reported, mergers and acquisitions are at a record pace. No matter the size or type of the deal, their success or failure may hinge on how people act, treat one another, and lead and the culture[s] and mutual behavioral expectations of the combined organizations. This webcast

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Breaking Bad: Creating a Culture of Civility and Professionalism

There is no sugar-coating the reality that people behaving badly creates risk to compliance, safety, employee engagement, customer relationships and most often, bottom-line results. Regulations change but intolerance for bad behavior cannot. This intolerance for poor behavior needs to be proactively built into an organization’s culture to ultimately discourage bad behaviors

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Bringing Big Shots Back to Earth

Powerful big shots may have impeccable professional credentials, sales abilities, or technical talents, but that doesn’t stop them from damaging the organization. Their rule-breaking and abusive treatment of others can inflict tremendous organizational harm and increase regulatory and reputational risks. In this interactive session, the author of Teaching Big Shots

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Are We All Really Just Unconscious?

We all make quick decisions, sometimes unaware that we’ve even made them. But unless we’re part of the walking dead, the majority of our actions include conscious thoughts on issues like what type of careers we’ll pursue, who will be our friends, or where we’ll live. The same is true

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