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  • Alicia Olmstead
    Alicia Olmstead
    Global Ethics & Compliance Consultant, Dell Inc.

    Alicia is a Global Ethics & Compliance Consultant at Dell Inc. where she oversees the Conflict of Interest and Regional Ethics Manager Programs. Before working for Dell, Alicia was a Senior Ethics Program Advisor at USAA and the Assistant Integrity Officer for the City of Austin in Austin, Texas.

    Alicia has presented at national conferences on the topic of ethics, is a participant in behavioral ethics research working groups, and is a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP). She holds a B.A. in German Literature from Brigham Young University and a M.S. in Organizational Leadership & Ethics from St. Edward’s University, which just goes to show that careers don’t always follow the path you think they will.

  • Steve Guymon
    Steve Guymon
    Senior Advisor, Global Ethics and Compliance Capabilities, Eli Lilly and Company


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Jun 25 2020


2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

ECI Live | Pressure to Bend the Rules and the Implications on Workplace Ethics Behaviors

This ECI Live explores data found in the Global Business Ethics Survey® (GBES®) relating to pressure to bend the rules. ECI looked at how an organization’s ethical behaviors, in key areas like observed misconduct and retaliation, were affected by an increase in pressure to bend the rules.

Join ECI on June 25th to find out:

  • How increases in pressure affect ethical behavior;
  • What risk factors can lead to pressure increases;
  • Key factors in keeping an organization ethical and free from the consequences of a high-pressure workplace.


The Global Business Ethics Survey® (GBES®) is a rigorous, multi-country inquiry into worker conduct and workplace integrity, providing insight into workplace ethics in both public and private sector organizations. GBES is the flagship research project of the Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI). Each year, ECI conducts the GBES and reports findings in four reports.



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