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The Role of Storytelling in Addressing Ethics and Compliance Risks
Stories inform, entertain, and inspire.

When it comes to compliance learning, stories can spark interest, convey training information in an engaging way, and make messages more memorable.

Join Ethisphere and Second City Works on April 22 to learn how storytelling can increase understanding of complex issues, bring ethics and compliance messages to life, and create change inside your organization.

Plus, see storytelling in action with a sneak peek of our latest videos addressing top risks. Learn new ways to educate employees about challenges such as how to avoid phishing traps and how to offer business courtesies without creating the appearance of an attempt to influence business decisions.

Join this webinar and you’ll also learn about:

• A four-step process for ethical decision-making
• A proven framework for better storytelling
• New videos and tools that educate and raise awareness of risk areas such as Bribery and Phishing

Register and receive a link to the recording.

Apr 22, 2021 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Erica Salmon Byrne
Vice President @The Ethisphere Institute
Erica Salmon Byrne is the Executive Vice President for The Ethisphere Institute, where she leads the organization’s data and services business and works with Ethisphere’s community of clients to assess ethics and compliance programs and promote best practices. She also serves as the Chair of the Business Ethics Leadership Alliance, a community focused on advancing dialogue around ethics and governance, and delivering practical guidance to practitioners around the globe.
Kelly Leonard
Executive Director, Learning and Applied Improvisation @The Second City
Kelly Leonard is the Executive Director of Learning and Applied Improvisation at Second City Works. His book, “Yes, And,” was published to critical acclaim by HarperCollins. Kelly has spoken at Aspen Ideas Festival, Microsoft, Twitter, TEDxBroadway and has guest lectured at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business and The Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago. He hosts the podcast “Getting to Yes, And” for WGN radio. For over twenty years, he oversaw Second City’s live theatrical divisions working with such talent as Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Amy Poehler, Seth Meyers, Keegan Michael Key and others.