Category Archives: Break out sessions

Concurrent Facilitated Discussions

Sessions include:

Thursday 02 Feb, AM

How Do You Become a Great Ethical Leader?
Steven Pegg, International Ethics Manager, Lockheed Martin
Moderated by ECI
In this session, we will share why some leaders get it so wrong and how ethics can help them to become a model ethical leader at any level in the organisation including encouraging a speak up mindset in a culturally diverse and hybrid workforce, responding to reports of misconduct and techniques for leaders to use illustrated through case studies.

Inspection by the French Anti-corruption Agency: Bending Without Breaking
Eric Balastre, Deputy Director of Ethics and Deployment, Renault and Iohann Le Frappeur, Group Chief Ethics Officer, SNCF
Moderated by CEA
It’s the moment dreaded by all compliance officers in France: the audit by the French Anti-Corruption Authority (AFA). Created in 2017, the AFA has since audited a significant number of well-known French companies: among them, Renault, and the SNCF. For what results? How to prepare for it? What should we be aware of to get out of it as well as possible? Feedback from experience to better prepare for authority controls, whatever their status or nationality.

Speak Up & Internal Investigation: Trust, Empowerment and Digital Tools
Audrey Morin, Group Compliance Director, Schneider Electric
Moderated by CEA
In a post-covid world that has accelerated digitization and at a time when the European directive on whistleblowers is being transposed, how can we set up and maintain a reliable and effective system for managing alerts and investigations? Answer from a multi-hub company that relies on trust, empowerment of local teams and new digital tools.

Thursday 02 February, PM

Engaging Your Employees Through Ethics in Motion
Anne-Violaine Monnié, Group Ethics Officer, Capgemini
Moderated by CEA
In 2022, Capgemini put together the global campaign Ethics in Motion across 50 countries to celebrate a decade of being recognised as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies®. This month-long campaign was live on internal and social media channels. It was launched by our Group CEO and had 3 pillars: human rights, ethics in data and AI, and ethical culture. We organised an ETHICASTHON, which included 24 hours of ethics conversations, in 32 sessions gathering together 1,500 people around the globe. We also streamed a global plenary with leading experts, which attracted 1,000 people. Anne-Violaine Monnié, Group Ethics Officer at Capgemini, will talk more about how they were able to successfully engage their workforce with this campaign.

Quiet Quitting: Ethics Implications and Risks
Ursula Wellen, Ethics Advisor and Head of the Ethics Office, International Monetary Fund
Moderated by IBE
This session looks at what happens when employees engage in “quiet quitting”, reducing the time, effort and overall engagement in their job to the bare minimum they can get away with – and why this drop in overall employee engagement can have significant – direct and indirect – ethics implications and risks. The session also looks at what may trigger quiet quitting, why it has become more prevalent during and after the pandemic – and what Ethics professionals can do to help their employer deal with its fallout. Participants will have an opportunity to explore these questions in a case study-based format.

Measuring and Assessing Corporate Culture
Dominic Hall, Group Head of Ethical Business Conduct, BAE Systems plc
Moderated by IBE
Corporate culture is key to an effective ethics programme – it’s a vital internal control. In this session, Dominic will set out the basics on why culture is so important, talk us through the work BAE Systems have done recently on assessing Ethical Leadership, and then facilitate a discussion on the way various participants have attempted to measure their corporate culture.

Independent Meetings & Sponsorships: Business Case and Reflections
Chiara Moscato, Senior Director, E&C Europe, Sameta and South America, Eli Lilly and Company
Moderated by ECI
In this session, we will try to address some ethical questions related to independent sponsorships and their execution across the pharmaceutical environment, how to apply good judgement and what are the main things to watch out for as a leader.

Friday 03 February, AM

Effective Ethics Training and Communication
Fatima Mikirtumova, Senior Compliance and Ethics Officer, Boeing
Moderated by IBE
In this session we will have a conversation about a collaborative approach to training and communications, utilizing varied techniques to reach employees at all levels.

Ensuring E&C Programme Fundamentals in a Licensed Business Environment
Neil Moir, Director, Global Compliance and International Markets, Ethics & Compliance, Starbucks
Moderated by ECI
Building and maintaining a robust compliance program is a complex endeavor in any organisation. This can be particularly challenging where a business operates brands on behalf of several different companies. In this session learn about the approach that Starbucks is taking to support their business partners in developing a fit-for-purpose compliance infrastructure.

Unique Ways to Encourage a Speak Up Culture
Sharon Kuba, Director – Ethics and Business Conduct, Northrop Grumman
Moderated by IBE
Sharon will share examples of unique experiences that have proved to be effective.

Human Rights Impact: The Challenge of Assessing Ethical Dilemmas
Benoit Mercier, Global Compliance Officer, Dassault Systèmes
Moderated by CEA
The stakes around respect for human rights are increasing for multinational companies that have to face geopolitical changes, new societal aspirations, more regulations and an increase in the number of legal procedures. While the compliance & risk management efforts are generally made on the subcontracting chain, Benoît Mercier will present a more specific feedback on the software industry’s challenges. · Reputation & Legal risks: · Human Rights is a growing challenge · Focus on “Complicity risk” notion · Build a compliance program dealing with Human Rights issues · Dedicated assessment for ethics dilemma · The lines of defense: Who can identify & analyse Human Rights Impact?

Friday 03 February, PM

Managing Compliance Risk in International Partnerships and Consortia Projects
Samer Jannoun, Regional Compliance Manager, Meta
Moderated by ECI
Whilst international partnerships can provide many business opportunities and benefits for companies, they also come with a set of significant challenges and risks from a compliance perspective. In this session, we will explore some these risks and discuss innovative mitigation strategies that companies are deploying to address them.

How to Measure the Performance of a Compliance Programme?
Benoit Le Merre, HO E&C Prevention & Global Reach, Airbus
Moderated by CEA
There is nowadays a profusion of data at the disposal of management to drive the performance of the core activities. How to make visible the implementation of a renewed Ethics and compliance programme? How to produce relevant KPIs for stakeholders with different perspectives and different expectations (management of the compliance programme, executive management, employees information, external stakeholders)? In this session Airbus will share their experience in the context of heavy regulatory expectations. The participants will be invited to share their experience and reflect together on how to measure E&C culture’s progress in companies.

Detlef Roland Reckward, Senior Maritime Competency Specialist, Carnival

* topics are subject to change

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