Section 3

Demonstrating Value

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Make the Most of the Boardroom

Learn how to prove and communicate the value of your program while becoming a strategic partner to the C-suite and your board. 

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The value of your compliance program is demonstrated with a mixture of art and science. Hard data and evidence-based information is your scientific proof, while more abstract observations of attitudes and behaviors make up the art of your compliance program. Together the art and science of your work tells its story of effectiveness. 

This section will give you the guidance to best tell your compliance program’s story of effectiveness through best practices in program assessment and benchmarking. It will give you the tools you need to package the raw data of your work into a compelling presentation to your CEO, board and senior management. And it will provide expert advice to help guide you through nurturing key relationships across your organization to showcase the value of your program even when it’s not in the spotlight. 

What HR Needs to Know About Whistleblower Hotline Reporting

The Know About It video series educates compliance professionals on how to connect specific departments and people within an organization to orchestrate effective compliance program efforts. Whether you're in a compliance function or not, this series will help you better understand the positive impact of compliance on your organization. 

In this episode, we look into HR's perception of whistleblower hotline reporting and uncover five things HR needs to know about this valuable program component. Watch this video to learn new ways you can better communicate the importance of hotline reporting within the organization to support healthy workplace cultures.

For more information on hotlines and their impact on corporate culture, check out these additional resources on Compliance Next.