The Monday, March 27, Ethics and Compliance Brown Bag session will feature Mark Meaney from the Leeds School of Business’ Center for Education on Social Responsibility (CESR). The presentation will cover one of the seven essential components of any effective ethics and compliance program: internal monitoring and self-assessment.
CESR exists to prepare future leaders to confront social, environmental, economic and ethical challenges faced by modern business. The center has four focus areas, one of which is business ethics.
Meaney, as executive director of CESR, possesses more than 20 years of experience in the ethics and compliance profession, covering a wide array of industries, with a substantial focus on higher education ethics and compliance programs.
In his presentation, Meaney will share best practices for internal monitoring and self-assessments as well as the purpose of these elements in an effective ethics and compliance program.
Essential tools will be provided to assist attendees in monitoring and assessing their compliance program. Attendees will gain valuable insight on applicability to key focus areas of student data privacy, children’s programs and intellectual property as it relates to internal monitoring.
During the hour session, case-study discussions will provide opportunities to dive deeper into the principles explained in the presentation. Ample time will be provided for audience Q and A during and following the presentation.
Attendees are encouraged to arrive early to participate in networking and are welcome to bring their lunch. Light refreshments will be provided.