Introducing Group Deminars: Get Your Ethics & Compliance Questions Answered

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Every Friday this summer, we're hosting a series of live, interactive, online group deminars where we share E&C solutions and answer your questions in plain English.

The sessions are short and sweet—including a software demonstration and live Q&A in 30 minutes total—so you can get back to doing what you do best: protecting your organization from risk.

 

 

Whether you’re new to compliance, new to your role, or just looking for new ideas to address your biggest E&C challenges, the deminars will give you access to experts who can help move your program forward.

Feel free to join us for as many sessions as your schedule allows. Topics change each week; upcoming sessions include:

  • How do I Keep All My Employees—From Millennials to Boomers—Engaged with Compliance Training?
  • How do I Demonstrate the Advantages of an Automated Third Party Due Diligence System to Senior Leadership?
  • How Can Automated Policy Management Software Make My Life Easier?

Take a short break from your day, grab a snack, and join us on Fridays for a short software demo followed by a live Q&A.

We’ll be choosing our next topics based on your questions and suggestions, so feel free to chime in—or leave a comment here and tell us what you’d like to hear about next!


What do you have to say? Share your thoughts in the comments below or join a discussion group on Compliance Next.


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