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SCCE Compliance, Ethics, and Organizational Culture

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8:55 AM CDT – 8:00 AM CDT

Haute Culture: The Case for Human-Centered Compliance and Normalizing Culture Reviews

8:00 AM CDT – 9:00 AM CDT

We are actively monitoring attendance. At random times throughout this session, you will be prompted with a pop-up to confirm that you are still actively participating in the virtual session. You will not see the pop ups if you are in full screen mode or your pop-up blocker is on. In addition, make sure you are disconnected from any VPN as they can also cause interference and that you have a stable internet connection (hard line is always best).Active attendance monitoring is only required if you will be requesting external CEUs for NASBA or CLE credits. If you only need Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® CEUs, it is not required to participate in active monitoring.

Learning Objectives:

  • Why compliance must be treated as a deeply human exercise, not just a legal or regulatory one
  • Behavioral ethics and other relevant learnings from social psychology
  • Identifying potential gaps between “values” and lived experiences


Zach Coseglia
Managing Principal and Head of Innovation, Ropes & Gray

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Caitlin Handron
Sr. Consultant and Behavioral Scientist, R&G Insights Lab @ Ropes & Gray

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