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July 22, 2020

Webinar: How whistleblowers could be a valuable asset to your organisation

During this online event, Howard, Mike and Charles will discuss how whistleblowers could be a valuable asset to your organisation, and why you should really encourage them. In this session, you’ll learn about setting the right tone for your whistleblowing program to encourage people to report wrongdoing.

About the presenters

Howard Whitton is an Ethics and Integrity specialist with extensive experience in Public Sector Ethics, Conflict of Interests, Codes of Conduct, Corruption Prevention, and Whistleblower Protection, in Australia public services and internationally. He is a founding Director of the Ethicos Group, a specialist consultancy firm.

Mike Baker (Ethicos) is a business ethicist and former Director of Ethics and Compliance with the Australian subsidiary of a multi-national company. In that role he was responsible for resolving ethical dilemmas, maintaining a confidential reporting process to enable employees to raise ethics concerns without fear of retribution, investigating violations of the company’s standards of business conduct and recommending corrective action to in-house Legal Counsel

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.

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