All Sessions listed are in Pacific Standard Time (PST)
Friday, January 22
08:25 AM - 08:30 AMWelcome & Opening Remarks
08:30 AM - 09:30 AMTransformation! 5 Success Strategies for Compliance Changemakers Amii Barnard-Bahn, Executive Coach, Author, Speaker, Barnard-Bahn Coaching & Consulting Virginia MacSuibhne, VP Chief Compliance Officer, Roche Molecular Solutions
- Organizations have a natural tendency to resist change. Compliance leaders need to adopt change management principles to successfully manage this natural resistance
- Learn the 5 change management principles that will enable you to manage compliance initiatives for optimal acceptance, cultivate positive business relationships, and create an information funnel that enables continuous improvement
- Explore a Roche case study illustrating how change management principles transformed the business. Attendees will come away with a deep understanding that change management ensures our most important work is built to last
09:30 AM - 09:45 AMBreak
09:45 AM - 10:45 AMAnti-Corruption: Government Priorities for 2021 Brian Michael, Partner, King & Spalding Eric Feldman, Senior VP and Managing Director, Corporate Ethics & Compliance Programs, Affiliated Monitors Inc. Sarah Levitt, Corporate Vice President, AGC, AECOM
- Meet the Enforcers: Insight on Recently Announced Appointees and Potential Candidates for Enforcement Leadership Roles
- Anticipated DOJ Enforcement Priorities: Comparison of the New and Outgoing Administrations
- Expectations for Other Enforcement Agencies, including CFPB, Special IG for Pandemic Recovery, Agency OIGs, and Suspending and Debarring Officials
- Likely Interplay Between Federal and State Enforcement Activity
10:45 AM - 11:00 AMBreak
11:00 AM - 12:00 PMSecurity, Privacy, Compliance: the Confluence, the Crossover and the Critical People Needs Lisa Beth Lentini Walker, CEO and Founder, Lumen Worldwide Endeavors Daniel Ayala, Managing Partner, Secratic
- Learn about the trends forcing greater collaboration
- Discover ways to effectively communicate when you don’t (yet) speak the same language
- Create your personal (and team) roadmap to meeting the people skill challenges ahead
12:00 PM - 01:00 PMMid-Conference Break
01:00 PM - 02:00 PMBuilding or Altering Your Compliance Program On the Fly: How to Prioritize When Regulators, Monitors or Other External Forces Demand Immediate Changes Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Managing Director, Institutional Ethics & Integrity, Affiliated Monitors, Inc.
- This session will examine how those within corporate compliance departments and related groups can work to prioritize addressing compliance deficiencies identified by external drivers where demands for immediate corrective actions collide with resource limitations.
- Many companies feel overwhelmed when outside supervisory authorities identify a litany of regulatory compliance deficiencies and fail to give precedence to those that can have the most devastating impacts.
- How do senior management, Corporate Counsel, Ethics & Compliance departments and other internal stakeholders learn to recognize and remediate areas of deficiency when urgency eclipses long-term plans?
02:00 PM - 02:15 PMBreak
02:15 PM - 03:15 PMWhat the Government Looks for in Compliance Training Ricardo Pellafone, Founder, Broadcat
- Breaking down common myths about what you “need” to do
- Understanding how prevention and defensibility work together
- Avoiding what most companies get wrong (and what to do instead)
03:30 PM - 04:30 PMNavigating Compliance in a Changing Risk Landscape Neha Gupta, Chief Executive Officer, True Office Learning
- Working from home – how does this affect your employees as well as your clients?
- How has your E&C Budget changed?
- As social distancing looks to be the norm for the next year or so, how does E&C professionals deal with the current normal?
04:30 PM - 05:30 PMNetworking and Discussion Connect with your fellow attendees and enjoy a free-flowing conversation about what stood out during the sessions or a compliance challenge you want feedback on. The objective here is to enable conference participants to network with and learn from each other and help overcome the isolation of the past months. This optional networking event will be held on Zoom and participants may choose to be on camera.