Over the last few months, several high profile events, such as the Metropolitan Police (Casey Review), University Hospitals Birmingham (Bewick Report) and Plaid Cymru’s review (conducted by Nerys Evans) have resulted in review reports being released, of which all have made reference to organisational cultures, failures in leadership and poor whistleblowing reporting mechanisms or treatment of those who have raised concerns.
There are many more instances, such as issues of sexual harassment in universities and other failures in governance across organisations across the globe.
There are many lessons to be learned from these recent reports and the multiple incidents that have occurred. Our webinar discusses key findings and common themes derived from recent incidents, along with real actions that organisations and those charged with ensuring effective organisational culture exists can take.
With UK government reviewing whistleblowing legislation, getting on top of this is so important. Simply doing nothing isn’t acceptable anymore, nor is just having a policy or reporting line. Testing these for their effectiveness and understanding across the workforce is critical, which may put you in a better position to understanding your own organisation’s culture and assurance level.
Our expert panel will discuss the report findings, key lessons and measures that can be taken to drive improvement in this important area.
This interactive webinar is not to be missed, with the opportunity to discuss this topic and learn from the actions that TIAA are leading upon across its client base to improve arrangements and drive up standards.
This webinar is suitable for C-suite members, Risk and Governance Leads, Workforce Directors and Whistleblowing Champions.
Outline agenda of what the session will entail;
- Case studies of recent events and lessons learned
- Why is strong culture and whistleblowing arrangements important?
- Tangible tips to take in getting to grips with your culture
- TIAA’s experience and initiatives being undertaken
We will be holding two sessions of the Webinar on the following dates;
- Tuesday 13th June – 9.30am – 10.45am
- Tuesday 20th June – 9.30am – 10.45am
To reserve your place please register using the links below and a Zoom link will be issued to you.
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