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Culture Transformed

Thursday, Sep 29

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10:00 - 11:00 AM UTC

Culture Transformed: Opening Keynote with Cindy Parlow Cone

Creating and maintaining a strong, supportive workplace culture is important for any success-oriented organization. Key components are shared values, transparency, and team building. U.S. Soccer is no different. This year’s opening keynote features Cindy Parlow Cone, three-time Olympian and the first-ever female president of U.S. Soccer, in a fireside chat with NAVEX CEO, Sean Thompson. They’ll discuss Ms. Cone’s journey from championship-caliber player to executive leader. They will also share thoughts on topics ranging from negotiations with major international sponsors, to leadership priorities and the importance of taking meaningful action to effect change within an organization.

Risk Management & Data
11:00 - 12:00 PM UTC

Compliance and Enterprise Risk Management – a Lock-Step Partnership

The key to comprehensive risk management is integration with compliance program – breaking down silos and working across functions to develop best practices and relying on experts to inform program decisions. In this session, risk and compliance experts from Olympus will share their story on how they developed a robust and integrated compliance and risk management program.

Join this session to learn:

  • Best practices to communicate cross functionally between risk and compliance
  • Strategies to overcome challenges in compliance and risk integration
  • How compliance can shape a global integrated risk management program

Speakers: Cathy Kanzler, Kyle Martin, Melissa Kaschak, René Beuchert

Corporate Culture
11:00 - 12:00 PM UTC

Whistleblowing and Employee Reporting Trends – The Power of Risk Signal Data

Hotline reports provide a wealth of data about potential risks to the organization. When hotlines are recognized as a valuable resource, the insights into the organization’s culture outline where change needs to happen and trends in misconduct. In this session, Kyle Welch will share research findings from whistleblower hotline reporting, and the value of this information in a conversation with NAVEX’s Chief Risk and Compliance Officer, Carrie Penman.

Join Kyle and Carrie as they discuss:

  • Compelling findings from Welch’s research
  • How to build the case that whistleblower hotlines provide immense value to the organization
  • Methods to ensure the workforce has confidence in the hotline reporting program

Speakers: Carrie Penman, Kyle Welch

Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
12:00 - 1:00 PM UTC

What Compliance Needs to Know About ESG

As awareness of ESG grows and organizations start to make disclosures and commitments towards new regulatory requirements, it’s important to establish a figurehead to oversee the program. A proper ESG program reaches across the business to deliver a full view of environmental, social and governance metrics –many of which already fall under the compliance function.

Join this session to learn about:

  • The role of compliance in managing risk as it relates to ESG commitments
  • How to work cross-functionally to develop ESG goals and plans for progress and communication
  • Practical tips to gather and communicate ESG data needs

Speakers: Carrie Penman, Julia Mair

Risk Management & Data
12:00 - 1:00 PM UTC

The Future of Holistic TPRM – Trends and What to Watch for 2023

Third-party risk must be addressed holistically – and addressing aspects of risk such as cybersecurity and IT risk is more important now than ever. As third parties have roles of increasing importance for organizations today, it’s critical to address the risk they introduce to the business proactively and comprehensively.

Join this session to gain insight into:

  • Trends in third-party risk and what to watch
  • Components of a holistic third-party risk management program
  • Building blocks – and pitfalls – of moving forward in risk management

Speakers: Matt Crome, Michael Volkov

Corporate Culture
12:00 - 1:00 PM UTC

Creating a Culture of Ethics, Compliance and Respect

Having a well-defined and consistent message that is reiterated in training, code of conduct, and policies is the foundation of an ethical, compliant and respectful culture. While this may seem simple in theory, many organizations struggle with all or part of those cultural pillars. Changes in the workforce and business operations have also added to the complexity of this challenge.

In this session, training experts will discuss:

  • How to instill a message of ethics, compliance and respect across the organization
  • Use of training and policy to set the cultural directive – from onboarding to ongoing communication
  • Ways organizations should adapt to the new paradigm of work

Speakers: Ingrid Fredeen, Megan Torrance

Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
1:00 - 2:00 PM UTC

The New Era of Managing ESG Risk

What does managing ESG risk mean for compliance leaders? Though ESG is gaining attention, many organizations still have a ways to go to confidently manage ESG risk. This session will discuss the convergence of ESG and compliance, and what leaders need to know to stay ahead.

In this session you’ll learn:

  • Compelling reasons ESG risks should be proactively addressed
  • Strategies to communicate ESG risk and gain buy-in
  • How compliance and ESG risks overlap

Speaker: Amy Cravens

Risk Management & Data
1:00 - 2:00 PM UTC

Speaking a Common Language of IT Risk & Compliance

Establishing a common language that works across risk management silos can be a powerful tool for executing an organization-wide strategy. However, many leaders struggle to communicate technical IT and risk language in a way that translates across functions.

Join this session to learn more about:

  • How to communicate risk across business units
  • Strategies to break down silos and engage cross-functionally to manage risk
  • Metrics that matter when communicating risk

Speakers: Kyle Martin, Ron Woerner

Corporate Culture
1:00 - 2:00 PM UTC

Implementing an Anti-Retaliation Culture

Retaliation against whistleblowers or those that choose to speak up about organizational problems is not only illegal, it has devastating consequences for the business. A “speak up” culture with strong and enforceable anti-retaliation policies is just one step – the message needs to be woven throughout the company’s practices. This session will discuss how to enact a strong anti-retaliation policy and methods to ensure accountability.

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • The essentials of developing and enforcing an anti-retaliation culture
  • Practical tips to address issues when they occur
  • Ways to gain involvement across the organization to embed anti-retaliation policy and practices

Speakers: Carrie Penman, Greg Keating

Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
2:00 - 3:00 PM UTC

Staying Ahead of ESG Disclosure Regulations

ESG disclosures for carbon emissions will likely be regulated soon, meaning organizations should act now to stay ahead of regulatory requirements. Though frameworks for disclosure are far from standardized, it’s important for leaders to maintain an understanding of the ESG landscape and keep up with new developments.

Join this session for insights about:

  • Recent developments in the ESG disclosure landscape
  • What is on the horizon for disclosure frameworks
  • Global trends in ESG disclosure

Speakers: Matt Kelly, Ryan Suen

Risk Management & Data
2:00 - 3:00 PM UTC

Leveraging Integrated Risk Management for Operational Resilience

What would you do if you couldn’t serve your most important customers when they needed you the most? Customers want and need to have relationships with companies that deliver their products and services regardless of any disruptive event. Operational Resilience is recognized as the model to maintain a firms’ brand despite disruptions and service degradations.

Join this session to learn:

  • Principles of operational resilience
  • Critical success factors for a valuable operational resiliency program
  • Streamlined action plan to move forward

Speakers: Adam Billings, Peter Laz

Corporate Culture
2:00 - 3:00 PM UTC

Compliance Agility in an Uncertain Environment

Frequent regulatory changes mean compliance officers have their work cut out for them to maintain regulatory compliance. Keeping up with sanctions lists and new laws and regulations grows is a challenge requiring dedicated efforts. This session will discuss how to maintain compliance agility in an uncertain environment.

Join governance, risk and compliance expert, Tom Fox to learn:

  • The pillars of an agile compliance program
  • Trends and regulatory changes to watch
  • Methods to instill confidence in your risk and compliance program

Speaker: Tom Fox & Shon Ramey

3:00 - 4:00 PM UTC

Don’t Risk It – The Case for Ethical Decision-Making with Rashmi Airan

Join Rashmi as she shares her life-changing story to illustrate the multitude of factors that influence our choices both in business and at home. She will set forth the business discipline necessary for decision-making and uncover the mental process of problem-solving that leads to organizational cultures with integrity.

Rashmi will explore how organizational culture is directly connected to reputational risk and brand. The session will uncover the human performance principles and adversity management tools necessary to help any executive when the inevitable crisis presents itself.

Rashmi believes her vulnerability will inspire her leaders to let down their guard in a confidential environment to explore issues of ethics and integrity. Energized by her openness, we will be able to discuss real-life challenges that are faced daily. The key takeaways from Rashmi’s session will provide real value and challenge existing norms. The issues of ethics is constantly evolving and ever changing, thus requiring constant recalibration.

Join Rashmi’s session to learn:

  • Principles of ethical leadership
  • How to create a culture of integrity and courage
  • Ways to plan for reputational risk and implement accountability and authenticity
  • How to create an active commitment to ethical decision-making
  • The importance of creating a safe space for vulnerable conversations at home and work

Transformative Solutions

Tuesday, Oct 11

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8:00 - 8:30 AM UTC

Holistic R&C Management Needs Transformative Solutions

The time for siloed risk and compliance programs is over. Forward thinking organizations need to embrace a transformative, holistic approach – one that brings key program management functions and technology together in an integrated fashion. The result is a comprehensive view of program elements and how they work in concert to magnify each other and impact corporate culture for the better.

This keynote session features NAVEX Chief Product Officer, A.G. Lambert and VP Product Management, Allison Liaboe, who will provide an overview of the NAVEX One Risk & Compliance software platform strategy.

In this session you will learn:

  • The transformative strategy underlying NAVEX One’s architecture
  • Key features and functional interoperability
  • How unified functional reporting improves both program efficiency and effectiveness

Speakers: AG Lambert, Alison Seville

Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
8:30 - 9:30 AM UTC

3 Actions and Outcomes to Create a Credible ESG Program: Collect, Consolidate, Communicate

For any organization looking to start or mature ESG programs, a structured and cross-functional approach is essential. Getting started is the hardest part of standing up an ESG program, this session will cover three actions for organizations to take to establish and grow credible ESG programs.

Join ESG product experts to learn:

  • How ESG connects with other aspects of comprehensive E&C programs
  • The importance of communicating ESG goals, progress and challenges
  • Why organizations should establish strategic ESG partnerships

Speakers: Jared Deane

Risk Management & Data
8:30 - 9:30 AM UTC

Get Started With Risk Management in 3 Steps

Getting started with risk management can be daunting. One of the best first steps is to move beyond spreadsheets to a more actionable and scalable solution. This session will discuss five tactical steps you can take to establish your risk management efforts – in a way that is scalable and sustainable.

Join this session to learn:

  • Tactical steps to get started in IT and third-party risk management
  • How automation saves time and resources while improving accuracy
  • Communication techniques to build the case for a risk management solution

Speakers: Carol Williams, Ethan DeVries

Corporate Culture
8:30 - 9:30 AM UTC

3 Ways to Effectively Use E&C Program Information

Information that comes from E&C programs is invaluable to an organization and provides critical insight into the culture. The best way to make use of this data is through integrating solutions and collecting and consolidating information digitally, so it can be easily shared and acted upon.

Join this session to gain insight into:

  • Sources of information and how to build a data-based E&C program
  • Steps to build the case for increased E&C program maturity
  • Ways to effectively use E&C data to enact organizational change

Speakers: Alison Seville, Kara Rayburn

9:30 - 10:00 AM UTC

Customer Excellence Award Winners Announcement

Customers are the driving force behind everything we do. The Customer Excellence Awards recognize and honor risk and compliance programs that are among the most innovative, engaging and successful.

Join to hear about the winning programs in:

  • Ethics & Compliance - North America, SMB
  • Ethics & Compliance – North America, Enterprise
  • Ethics & Compliance – International
  • Integrated Risk Management – SMB
  • Integrated Risk Management – Enterprise
  • Environment, Social & Governance
  • GRC: Program of the Year – North America
  • GRC: Program of the Year - International
Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
10:00 - 11:00 AM UTC

Instill Trust and Drive Action With ESG Data

ESG data comes from a variety of sources, some of which already exist within E&C programs. It is essential to maintain integrity from collection to disclosure and use the data gathered to drive action. This session will discuss how to ‘TRACK’ ESG data to mature your total program.

Join this session to learn:

  • Best practices to compile information from across the organization
  • How to ensure ESG data is consistently measured and communicated
  • Methods to drive actions and progress with ESG data

Speakers: Rebecca O’Neill, Susanna Cagle

Risk Management & Data
10:00 - 11:00 AM UTC

Your Risk Management Program Is in Place, Now What?

Once a risk management solution is in place, it’s important to mature the program so it integrates across multiple functions to address risk holistically. With risk originating from across the organization, involvement from multiple stakeholders helps ensure the program is meaningful and impactful.

Join this session to hear how NAVEX IRM customer, PREMIER:

  • Advances their risk management program maturity through automated software
  • Addresses third-party and IT risk management
  • Communicates information to gain buy-in from leadership

Speakers: Gayla Ukpokodu, Nick Halvorson

Corporate Culture
10:00 - 11:00 AM UTC

Integrating Your Platform for a Holistic View of E&C

Siloed operations and information pose serious risks the business. There is proven value in an integrated platform that can inform all aspects of E&C – from third-party IT risk to ESG risks. A holistic view saves time and helps leaders identify critical trends before they hurt the business.

Join this session to learn:

  • The benefits of creating a holistic view of E&C information
  • How an integrated platform helps mitigate risks
  • Strategies to confidently communicate the value of your E&C program

Speakers: Chris Heydemann, Michael Zurcher, Sam McMacken

Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
11:00 - 12:00 PM UTC

How to Automate Your GHG Calculations

Manually administering data collection for GHG emissions is unmanageable, taking valuable time away from other initiatives. Automating the collection of ESG data not only saves time and resources, but it also reduces human error and inaccurate reporting.

In this session, ESG experts will discuss:

  • Why you need to calculate GHG emissions
  • Scopes 1, 2 and 3 and how are they calculated
  • What data you need and how automation saves time

Speakers: Grant Harrison, Susanna Cagle

Risk Management & Data
11:00 - 12:00 PM UTC

E&C and Risk Management Optimization Through Controls

It is increasingly important that Ethics & Compliance programs have an established understanding of risk. Even though there is a wealth of risk-related information available, building and managing an effective risk and compliance program can be overwhelming. In this session, we will discuss how to implement key issues mitigation and action plans, producing metrics that show your executives the value of IRM. This simplified model will lead to a more responsive and effective risk management program for the entire organization.

Join this session to learn:

  • Strategies to integrate risk management within Ethics & Compliance programs
  • Core components of a foundational issues management program and how it can form the foundation of a mature risk program
  • How to simplify control testing to start identifying organizational gaps

Speakers: Kyle Martin, Rod Van Genderen

Corporate Culture
11:00 - 12:00 PM UTC

The Future of Compliance – Using Data to Optimize Your Program

Ethics and compliance programs are the foundation of an organization’s culture and provide valuable data that speaks to the health of the company. As the global leader in ethics and compliance software, NAVEX offers compliance leaders important insights into industry standards, allowing you to benchmark against peers and identify gaps in capability and areas for improvement.

Join this session to hear:

  • The value in benchmarking your program against your peers
  • Why hotline reports and inquiries should be valued and encouraged
  • Tips on how to use E&C information to instill a culture of ethics and compliance

Speakers: Bill Cameron, Matt Kelly, Steve Helvin

12:00 - 1:00 PM UTC

Corporate Culture Success: Getting the C-Suite Aligned

The famed management consultant Peter Drucker once said, “culture eats strategy for breakfast.” All the planning in the world cannot overcome a poor corporate culture. Conversely, a strong, ethical workplace culture will magnify and accelerate an organization’s success. But it all starts at the top. In this moderated roundtable discussion, NAVEX executive leaders will discuss how they activate a set of core values company-wide; creating a culture that motivates team members and drives the business forward with purpose.

Join this keynote to learn:

  • Effective strategies to align the C-suite behind a common set of values
  • Examples of cross-functional cooperation to break down silos and unify team members
  • How a strong culture enhances the customer experience

Speaker: Julia Mair