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'Designing Out Corruption' - Addressing company vulnerabilities, clarifying policy

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calendar 03 November

clock 8.30am until 1.00pm

location Online Course (Live Session)

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Corruption destroys businesses, communities, and peoples’ lives. Famous corporate ‘scandals’ have emerged but all have two key factors in common: a gullible approach to business which excludes ethics and accountability, and/or, a blatant determination to self-start, create and pursue personalised criminal behaviour and objectives through business. Added challenges for companies is to understand and measure practical examples of unethical behaviour and translate these into policy.

This new program draws together a range of key business issues and management skill-sets. Using an engaging and productive training method, with presentations, skills, interactive group activities, multi-directional discussions and case studies.

Participants will learn:

  • Precision explanations, definitions and key components of corruption in business

  • To develop anti-corruption policies (beyond basic ‘quality’ models)

  • How to ensure integrity in company activities

  • How to disseminate a range of company-wide responsibilities in a positive working environment

  • How to inform realistic and achievable Ethics and Compliance policy

Topic Areas

  1. ‘Corporate Cannibalism’: Defining and dismantling assumptions of corruption

  2. Bribery, hospitality, and gifts: clarity and the ‘Code of Ethics’

  3. Conflicts of Interest: meanings and examples

  4. Employee/stakeholder reporting channels: whistleblower policies (when the law is unclear)

  5. Investigating allegations of corruption: objectivity, fact-checking and reporting

  6. Strategic Management and Accountability

Trainer: Ian Ross (Director, Compliance & Training, Detecta E.U.S.)

  • Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist

  • ‘Listed expert' Cour pénale internationale (The International Court of Justice (The Hague)

  • International Advisory Group Member, United States Institute of Peace ("USIP”)

  • Fellow: Chartered Management Institute

  • Trainer: ACAMS