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Experienced ethics officers will tell you that one of the most effective ethics and compliance program measurement tools they have is the data from their internal reporting systems. But how do you put that data into perspective so that you can demonstrate program effectiveness and report meaningful and actionable data to senior leadership and the Board?
With appropriate context and industry benchmarks, helpline data provides invaluable information about organizational culture and help identify simmering issues before they come to a boil. Our experts will help you understand how to interpret your data, how to differentiate between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ results, and how to address potential concerns raised by your data. We’ll also be sharing the latest trends and 2012 benchmarking data from the NAVEX Global reporting database - the largest database of its kind in the world.
In this session, we’ll address questions such as:
How effective is anonymous ethics helpline reporting?
How do you know if you are getting the right numbers and types of reports?
How should you interpret findings and trends, and how do those findings correlate to actions?
What types of data should be tracked and reported to executive leadership?
What are the latest industry trends and reporting statistics from the 2012 calendar year?