Adapting your whistleblowing program
to the new ‘normal’
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During this online event, Elizabeth, Scott and Charles will discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has and will continue to impact whistleblowing. In this session, you’ll learn about the emerging risks with whistleblowing, how you can plan for the future and adapt your whistleblowing program to the new ‘normal’.
What you’ll learn
How to adapt your whistleblowing program to the new normal
How to plan for the future
What are the emerging risks with whistleblowing
Elizabeth Ticehurst is a Principal Lawyer at Activate Workplace Law, a boutique firm specialising in whistleblowing and employment law. She helps organisations with all aspects of whistleblowing, from establishing a policy and program framework, to training senior managers and advising on individual reports.
Scott (CurbyPartners) has over 18 years’ of forensic experience specialising in the areas of investigations, fraud and corruption risk, hotline implementation & management, and forensic accounting both in Australia and abroad including the US, Europe and Asia. Scott has seen the benefits for organisations who implement a well-run whistleblower program including it being the single greatest source of identifying misconduct and being the ‘canary in the mine’ for emerging organisational risks.
Charles has over 10+years’ of experience in the technology and SaaS sector. Witnessing the rapid change in technologies around us, he has advised many clients on how to best leverage & implement SaaS technology to improve existing processes and challenge the status quo. He recently joined Whispli and has been working closely with clients to successfully leverage Whispli to foster a speak-up culture and effectively identify risks related to misconduct.
"Whispli is hands down the most watertight way to catch and manage wrongdoing in your organization. If you're not using it, then you're not serious about preventing fraud or corruption."
Group Risk & Compliance Manager, Topshop Topman