Implications for Why and How Ethics and Compliance Should Thrive in This Evolving World
• Assess culture and use the information to build new paradigms
• Shift role of functions, including ethics & compliance, to more collaborative work focused on corporate purpose
• Help leaders better communicate in a time when new working practices demand quality leadership
Moderator – Sally March – Director, Drummond March Ltd.
Sally March is an international lawyer and Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional based in London. Sally is adjunct professor at IE School of Law in Madrid where she teaches Compliance and Internal Controls. She conducts compliance program reviews and advises FTSE 100 companies on international ethics and compliance programs
Panel – Jane Mitchell | Robert W Smith | Ruth Steinholz
Jane Mitchell, Founder, JL & M
Jane’s passion is to challenge leaders to be courageous enough to hear, listen and act in ways that drive values-based cultures and to encourage people to understand that you need more than just words, process and controls to sustain success. Jane has worked with a number of FTSE 100 global companies, which include: Rolls-Royce plc, BAE Systems, BP, Tesco, Serco and Airbus, Cooperative Bank and BT. Jane is also a Director of leading engagement agency Karian and Box, and is the current World Conference Chair for the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).
Robert W. Smith, Director Business Compliance and Ethics, Serco Group plc
Robert is a Chartered Director and Lifetime Fellow of the Institute of Directors where he sits on the Accreditation and Standards Committee and a Lay Trustee on the Board of the Royal College of Pathologists. Current responsibilities cover ethics and elements of ethical compliance covering business conduct and standards of behaviour, anti-corruption and competitive behaviour and human rights, and corporate responsibility.