The Compliance Coloring Book: Volume 2 

The second edition of SAI Global’s Compliance Coloring Book features 18 new illustrations around common ethics, compliance, and risk topics. It’s available in PDF format to download and print at work, or as a new interactive, online coloring book experience featuring 6 of our favorite images. 

The complete Compliance Coloring Book includes pages on competition, cybersecurity (phishing), environmental health and safety, ethical dilemmas, GDPR, gifts and hospitality policies, harassment and misconduct, HIPAA privacy and security, integrated risk management (IRM), intellectual property, internal investigations and audits, modern slavery, navigating risk, risk management and measurement, social media risk, third-party risk, tone from the top and the middle, and workplace bullying. 

Six Questions with an E&C Officer: Class of ’17-’18

We’ve conducted interviews with 18 ethics and compliance professionals from around the world over the past 12 months, asking each of them 6 questions. For the first time, all of their answers, insights, wisdom, and advice can be found in one place. This free resource is an essential read for anyone working in the field of ethics and compliance today, or interested in what a job in this field may entail.

The class of ’17-’18 features Hui Chen, Melissa Stapleton Barnes, Kim Yapchai, Walter Johnson, Yan Tougas, Ellen Hunt, Ling-Ling Nie, Seth Rice, Antonio Fernandez, AP Capaldo, Caveni Wong, Joanna Lessman, Kelly Dziedzic, Michael Levin, Patricia Harned, Samantha Kelen, Virginia MacSuibhne, and Patrick Henz.

To become a member of the Six Questions: Class of ’18-’19 and share your experiences and journey with the E&C community, contact us today.

The State of the Modern Chief Compliance Officer 

In a short SlideShare presentation, we share a big-picture overview of the Chief Compliance Officer of today using research from the Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI), the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE), our own findings, and other sources. In it, we review some key traits of CCOs, their core responsibilities, the challenges they face, most rewarding aspects of the work, and what the future might hold.

To share your thoughts on what it means to be a modern CCO or E&C professional, participate in our anonymous survey and make your voice heard.

Free Ethics and Compliance Communication Tools  

We’ve made 7 of our newest communication tools available for free until November 1st. They’re all less than 10 minutes long and cover topics like leading with integrity, mutual respect, information security, sexual harassment, and bullying.

For access, you’ll have to complete a short form with your information and email address, and we’ll send you an email with all 7 links and details on what each learning experience is about. Here’s a preview of what you’ll get.

Join Our New LinkedIn Group: Collaborating to Advance Confidently 

Global ethics, compliance, and risk professionals all have unique challenges, but share a lot in common. This new group is designed to connect our community in a new way, so you can help each other and collaborate to advance confidently into 2019 and beyond. Our goal for this group is to make it easier for you to brainstorm ideas, ask questions, discuss solutions to problems, mentor and support your peers, share an interesting article or piece of news, and connect with new people online.

We hope you have a memorable Compliance Officer Day in 2019!

If you need additional resources to recognize Compliance Officer Day within your organization or to build a more effective compliance program, contact us today.