This summer at Ethisphere, we gave our interns William Erblich and Andrew Marquardt a research project: which of the hundreds of companies with whom we work has the most robust, well thought out and generally impressive corporate social responsibility program? After weeks spent looking at dozens of companies, their answer was clear: The Boeing Company. Listen to this podcast featuring the company’s vice president of Global Engagement, John Blazey, who sat down to chat with our interns and our executive editor.
The Ethisphere Institute recently had the opportunity to interview PepsiCo Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Indra Nooyi. Recorded at PepsiCo’s world headquarters in Purchase, New York, Mrs. Nooyi discussed her role as a CEO and how PepsiCo drives business results in a way that is responsive to the needs of the world around us while upholding a high standard of corporate integrity. In this exclusive podcast, Ethisphere CEO Tim Erblich chats with both Mrs. Nooyi and PepsiCo’s Executive Vice President, Government Affairs, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, David Yawman, about the company’s journey to continuously improve and operate as a world class organization in supporting its communities and customers all over the world.
Ethisphere had a chance to catch up with Andrea Illy, Chairman of illycaffè a five-time World’s Most Ethical Companies to discuss ethics, sustainability and its link to performance.
Cindy H. McCain serves as co-chair of the Arizona Governor’s Council on human trafficking and on the McCain Institute’s Human Trafficking Advisory Council. She is dedicated to efforts to reduce human trafficking in Arizona, throughout the United States and around the world, as well as working to improve the lives of victims of human trafficking. She is he wife of United States Senator and 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCain of Arizona.
In our recent Ethicast series, McCain spoke to Stephen Brown, Senior Advisor, KPMG Board Leadership Center about how corporations could start addressing the issue of human trafficking.
Jeffrey Eglash, Vice President, Ethics and Compliance, Nokia chats with Ethisphere about what it means to build a culture of leadership and accountability. In this episode, Eglash also provides his thoughts on how compliance adds value to the business, a topic which will be explored further at our 9th Annual Global Ethics Summit.
Melissa Nandi, Vice President, Law, and Chief Compliance Officer, at Rockwell Automation, recently spoke to Ethisphere about training employees around the globe and her panel on “The ROI of Compliance” at our upcoming 9th Annual Global Ethics Summit. Nandi’s session will be held on Day 1 of the Summit and will include leaders from Nokia, PepsiCo, and NAVEX Global.
Christine Castellano, Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary and Chief Compliance Officer, Ingredion Incorporated and a speaker at the 2017 Global Ethics Summit recently spoke to Ethisphere about Ingredion's Ethics and Compliance program.
In this week's Ethicast, Tensie Whelan, Clinical Professor of Business and Society and Director, Center for Sustainable Business, NYU Stern School of Business discusses why sustainability matters and what investors should expect in 2017 and beyond. More on Whelan here.
Erica Salmon Byrne, EVP, Ethisphere recently chatted with Eric Morehead, Principal Consultant at Morehead Compliance Consulting on the positives and negatives of marketing or publicly announcing your particular commitment to compliance and ethics.
Here's more on Compliance Beat.
In the following interview, Mike Wallace, Managing Director, BrownFlynn discusses the importance of providing investors with hard numbers as they relate to a company's sustainability and corporate responsibility efforts.
Tune into Robert Bostrom, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Abercrombie & Fitch Co.; Melissa Stapleton Barnes, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer and Sr. Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management, Eli Lilly and Company; and Brian Beeghly, Vice President, Compliance, Johnson Controls;as they discuss how leaders need to hold themselves accountable for matters of integrity.
Join Roger Brossy, Managing Director, Semler Brossy Consulting Group; Timothy P. Olson, Senior Corporate Counsel and Corporate Secretary, NorthWestern Energy; Carey Roberts, Deputy General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer & Corporate Secretary, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc; and our Erica Salmon Byrne for a discussion on Pay-Gap in Practice: Company Responsibility and the Shift in Compensation Transparency, which took place at Ethisphere’s 8th Annual Global Ethics Summit. More on the panel here.
In this Ethicast, Damien Atkins, General Counsel of the Panasonic Corporation of North America talks more about the successful pillars of an effective ethics and compliance program and how Panasonic keeps all employees around the globe on the same page.