Ethisphere’s Global Ethics Summit has always been a place for companies and delegates to learn, develop and share ideas that elevate our field and lead to greater business integrity. It’s been a place tobecome better.
When we realized that we’d be entirely virtual in 2021 because of the pandemic, we took a clean slate view of GES, challenging ourselves to create an experience that actually improved on previous years. Our theme acknowledges the challenges we’ve been facing and how we’ve all adapted to become better.
This year’s GES will showcase more companies, feature more points of view and bring together a larger community. And most of all, it will befor the better.
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Kicking off in February, ask your questions to expert leaders as they dive into some of today’s most pressing issues.
Hear best practices, tactical approaches, see real time examples and ask questions as organizations bring their teams to present on leading topics.
Senior executives from top multinational companies set the tone during our keynotes along side topical focused panel sessions with leading E&C professionals sharing insights and experiences on key components of successful programs.
Small group meetings structured to encourage group video discussions around key topics and challenges companies are facing today through short company driven presentations, questions and sharing best practices.
Discussions and insights will address the following topics and more:
Equity and Social Justice
Engagement Beyond Training and Communications
The Role of Behavioral Science in Ethics
Approaches to Privacy Risk Assessments
Inclusion Efforts: Diversity and Disability
Crisis Response: Lessons from 2020
Equipping Managers for their E&C Role
Ethics Across Third Parties
Building a Global Champion Program
M&A: New Tools and Processes to Elevate the Compliance Function
ESG: Disclosure Challenges and Human Rights Strategies
Ethics and Data Integration in Compliance Programs
Fostering an Integrity Culture
Leveraging Lessons Learned from Remote Investigations