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Sustainability

Navigating 2024: Opportunities and Challenges for Ethics & Compliance Professionals πŸŽ‰

Pauline Blondet, January 8 2024

As we step into 2024, Ethics & Compliance professionals find themselves at the forefront of a myriad of challenges and trends that demand their attention and strategic planning, to in turn enable their organizations to do the right thing, in an ever evolving and highly uncertain and crisis prone

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ESG

Raising the bar on corporate sustainability πŸ’œπŸŒ³

Pauline Blondet, December 15 2023

The EU's 2020-2024 action plan on human rights, identifies the implementation of international standards on responsible business conduct and the eradication of forced labor as a priority (Joint communication to the european parliament and the council - EU Action Plan on Human Rights and Democracy 2020-2024 - 25 March

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Ethics & Compliance

Real Skills for E&C Professionals: Creating Successful Alliances in our Organizations πŸ€—

Pauline Blondet, November 24 2023

Ranging from communication to leadership to problem solving to creativity and governing how we interact with teams, we don't really learn them at school or university. And yet, no matter how savvy we are technically, these skills can make or break our success as a human working with other humans in any organization. Even though they are harder...

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Governance

Real Skills for E&C Professionals: Creating a Successful Network of E&C Ambassadors ✨

Pauline Blondet, October 27 2023

In our Real Skills Series, we explore what we traditionally call "soft skills".Β  Ranging from communication to leadership to problem solving to creativity and governing how we interact with teams, we don't really learn them at school or university. And yet, no matter how savvy we are technically, these skills can make or break our success as a...

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Incentives

Real Skills for E&C Professionals: delegating & empowering our E&C Team ✨

Pauline Blondet, October 13 2023

In our Real Skills Series, we explore what we traditionally call "soft skills". Ranging from communication to leadership to problem solving to creativity and governing how we interact with teams, we don't really learn them at school or university. And yet, no matter how savvy we are technically, these skills can make or break our success as a...

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leadership

Real Skills for E&C Professionals: leadership exploration πŸ€—πŸ’œ

Pauline Blondet, September 22 2023

In our Real Skills Series, we explore what we traditionally call "soft skills". Ranging from communication to leadership to problem solving to creativity and governing how we interact with teams, we don't really learn them at school or university. And yet, no matter how savvy we are technically, these skills can make or break our success as a...

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Communication

Real skills for Ethics & Compliance Professionals: Communication πŸ‘οΈπŸ€—

Pauline Blondet, September 1 2023

I would like to write about what we traditionally and somewhat disparagingly call "soft skills". Ranging from communication to leadership to problem solving to creativity and governing how we interact with teams, we don't really learn them at school or university. And yet, no matter how savvy we are technically, these skills can make or break our...

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Governance

New job? Asked to create or scale an E&C team? The starter checklist to deliver value swiftlyΒ πŸš€ while staying safe ✨

Pauline Blondet, August 11 2023

Welcome to your new role! You have been assigned to create, scale-up or take on the E&C function in a new organization. Don’t know where to start to hit the ground running? In this guide we'll explore how to have an impact and show value swiftly within your new organization, while staying safe

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Friday Mood Post

✨ The Power of Diversity: Building and Sustaining Diverse Teams to Nurture a Strong Ethical Culture

Pauline Blondet, July 21 2023

As Compliance passionates, we all enjoy getting up in the morning to create and nurture a culture of ethics. To foster such a culture, diversity is key. By incorporating individuals from various backgrounds, experiences, and expertise, organizations can tap into a wealth of perspectives and insights, enabling them to navigate complex ethical...

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Friday Mood Post

A Guide to Launch and Run a Pragmatic Corruption Risk Assessment πŸš€

Pauline Blondet, June 23 2023

Anyone who ever launched a corruption risk assessment and experienced some level of post traumatic stress disorder afterwards? I have, and I am sure I am not alone in this case. In this Friday Mood Post we explore the pitfalls of running a corruption risk assessment in your organization, and a few ideas to make this exercise a success without...

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