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Content provided by the Ethics & Compliance Association (ECA), the membership community of ECI.

Innovation does not happen in a vacuum, but through dialogue. ECI offers a suite of events designed to equip your E&C team to improve your program. Through our events, you and your program staff will not only gain exposure to new and emerging issues through research; you will transform that research into practice through peer-to-peer networking and idea exchange. ECI events are limited in size because discourse is better when every voice can be heard.


  • JULY 2018 ECI FELLOWS MEETING

    July 11 - 12, 2018
    Gaylord Convention Center & Resort, National Harbor, MD

    Privacy, Cybersecurity and the Dark Net: Cybersecurity threats from outside and within organizations have never been greater and are increasing exponentially.  The July 2018 ECI Fellows meeting will explore emerging trends in internet privacy, threats to organizational cyber assets, and myths and realities of the “dark net” in the context of ethics and compliance.

    Who should attend? Open to ECI Fellows only
  • ECI WEBCAST: Does Your Ethics & Compliance Program Help Your Business Leaders Make Better Decisions?

    July 31 from 1pm to 2pm ET
    Online

    It's no longer enough for ethics & compliance programs to look good on paper but lack traction when it comes to changing workplace behavior for the better. The recent sexual harassment scandals, headlines of widespread discrimination in the workforce, and ongoing corporate malfeasance illustrate the limits of check-the-box programs. To be effective, ethics & compliance programs must be integrated into their organization's business and impact decision-making at all levels. In this webinar, we’ll share strategies and insights from three leading industry executives.

    Who should attend? Open to all.
  • ECI WEBCAST: Rebel Talent: Why It Pays to Break the Rules at Work and in Life

    August 16 from 12pm to 1:15pm ET
    Online

    Harvard Professor and ECI Academic Fellow, Dr. Francesca Gino, will share insights from her latest work, Rebel Talent: Why It Pays to Break the Rules at Work and in Life. Consider why some of the most successful among us question "the way things have always been done" and how rebellion brings joy and meaning into our lives and can be an asset to our relationships at and away from work. What is the impact of rebel talent on an organization’s culture, and more specifically, do rebels contribute to a company’s values in a positive manner or work against them? How can an ethics and compliance program embrace the great creativity of rebel talent while maintaining company standards?

    Who should attend? Open to all.
  • ELEVATING ETHICS & COMPLIANCE (E2C)

    Thursdays, August 9 - September 13, 2018 at 1pm ET

    This comprehensive course, provides in-depth, online training focused on developing leaders in our industry. This is not a program on fundamentals, it is a deep-dive into how to lead, evaluate and sustain high quality ethics and compliance programs.

    Who should attend? Open to all.
    Members receive discounted registration
  • ELEVATING ETHICS & COMPLIANCE (E2C)

    Thursdays, October 11 - November 15, 2018 at 1pm ET

    This comprehensive course, provides in-depth, online training focused on developing leaders in our industry. This is not a program on fundamentals, it is a deep-dive into how to lead, evaluate and sustain high quality ethics and compliance programs.

    Who should attend? Open to all.
    Members receive discounted registration
  • ECI FALL BEST PRACTICE FORUM

    November 6-7, 2018

    Four Seasons Resort & Club Dallas at Las Colinas, Dallas, TX

    Building a Respectful Workplace: Few would dispute that civility and respect in the workplace have been "at risk" and deteriorating at a rapid pace.  The Fall 2018 Best Practices Forum will consider the root causes and E&C impacts of this important movement.  Discussion includes ways to encourage the practice of speaking truth to power and holding leaders accountable, leveraging respect as a pathway to healthy organizational culture, and, most importantly, developing and implementing practical strategies to nurture respect, dialogue and civility in the context of ethics and compliance.  Because we live in a dynamic time of change, each ECI event includes discussion of current events affecting compliance professionals. Multiple members of your team are encouraged to attend to participate in high-level interactive and peer-to-peer sharing of innovative practices.

    Who should attend? Open to all.
    Members receive discounted registration.
  • JANUARY 2019 ECI FELLOWS MEETING

    Gaylord Convention Center & Resort, National Harbor, MD

    Strategic Planning and E&C.

    Who should attend? Open to ECI Fellows only
  • ECI 2019 SPRING BEST PRACTICE FORUM

    February 2019

     

    Preventing Fraud & Corruption.

    Who should attend? Open to all.
    Members receive discounted registration.
  • IMPACT 2019: ECI ANNUAL CONFERENCE

    Date TBD

    Who should attend? Open to all.
    Members receive discounted registration.

  • JULY 2019 ECI FELLOWS MEETING

    Gaylord Convention Center & Resort, National Harbor, MD

    E&C and Technology.

    Who should attend? Open to ECI Fellows only
  • ECI 2019 FALL BEST PRACTICE FORUM

    November 2019

     

    Anti-Retaliation Programs.

    Who should attend? Open to all.
    Members receive discounted registration.

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Whistleblower Security