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Your board must adopt a written code of conduct and monitor it to make sure that a culture of integrity pervades your organization. Learn how to develop a code or to assess and revise the one you have.
When was your code of conduct last revised? Do you know what to consider when developing or revising a code of conduct?
Effective codes of conduct have strategic value. A good code can attract the right employees, encourage the right behaviour and enhance a company’s reputation. And the increasing reach of legislation relating to bribery, corruption, fraud and other offences has made the need for a robust code of conduct more important than ever.
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What Directors Need to Know about Codes of Conduct is a webinar based on the Risk Oversight and Governance publication 20 Questions Directors Should Ask about Codes of Conduct, second edition.
Board consultant Michael Gunns explores the ideas and responsibilities that will make a company’s code of conduct both effective and strategic.
This webinar is eligible for CPD credit, pending successful completion of a quiz.
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