The Role of Compliance in Speak Up Culture: Part Two
Building and sustaining a “speak up” culture where employees feel empowered to raise concerns is not simply a “training” issue. In fact, training should be preceded by leadership’s efforts to build this culture, including implementation of specific systems that enable and support employees’ efforts to raise concerns. If businesses want their “speak up” training efforts to succeed, they need to take initial steps to “lead from the front” and put in place the infrastructure to support the training and employees’ efforts to raise concerns.
Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Time: 2pm ET | 11am PT
Lori Tansey Martens
International Business Ethics Institute
VP, Product Development