ECI is introducing an all-new format for our Best Practice Forums that will give our members and non-members more ways than ever to engage with experts, interact with peers and learn the latest practical strategies that affect ethics & compliance programs in organizations of all sizes.

This year, Best Practice Forums have expanded to a total of five events, that can be attended either in-person or online via high-quality, livestream video. This means that there are more chances than ever before to be part of more events that our members say are valuable to their day-to-day work and overall career.

Each event consists of a 90-minute keynote presentation given by a subject-matter expert along with a Q&A session. Whether you attend in-person or online, Best Practice Forums deliver a dynamic and engaging experience that will help you become an even more effective ethics & compliance leader.

The five events of this expanded 2020 Best Practice Forum series are designed around building effective leaders, with each event in the series highlighting a critical component of ethics & compliance leadership.

ECI members save on both in-person and online attendance to the 2020 Best Practice Forum series. Choose an event near you to attend in-person in Washington, DC, New York, NY, Chicago, IL, or Houston, TX or watch the livestream from your office or home.

This Best Practice Forum, Making Your Code of Conduct Come Alive: Using Artificial Intelligence to Create Your COC takes place in Washington, D.C. This session will explore how Ethics & Compliance Programs need to not just benchmark against each other, but against other common industry benchmarks like customer satisfaction and net promoter scores. A chat-bot for the Code of Conduct treats the customer in the way they have are treated by other services, i.e., if gives them the information that they want, when they want it.

Ellen Hunt, SVP – Audit, Ethics & Compliance Officer and Joe Pugh, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) & Compliance Director from AARP will bring their expert knowledge to share the best practices they use to build effective E&C programs that can help you achieve success as an E&C leader.

To allow as many E&C practitioners to share in the Best Practice Forum experience as possible, we’ve re-invented the way in which these events are delivered. New in 2020, all Best Practice Forums can be attended either in-person by up to 60 attendees on a first-come, first-served basis, viewed in real-time or on-demand via our livestream platform from your office or home.

All Best Practice Forums qualify for CEU and CLE credit upon completion. Register today!