Monday, June 24 | 1:50-3:05 PM
Recommended Prerequisite: None
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics
We know from the ACFE’s Report to the Nations that employee tips are by far the most important source for detecting fraud. And yet, we only hear about a small fraction of the fraud that employees observe. Building on insights from behavioral research, this session will explore the reasons behind employees’ reluctance to report misconduct to corporate GRC functions. Using criminological research, this session will explore effective strategies that organizations can use to better harness employees’ resources to effectively prevent, detect and remediate risks or intervene in an incident.
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Carsten Tams is a consultant, speaker and author. He is founder and CEO of Emagence, a boutique consulting firm based in New York City with the mission to enhance organizations’ reputation and success by building strong ethical and people-centered organizational cultures that empower their members to be effective agents of integrity. He also serves as a senior advisor for The Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI) and as a member of Ethical Systems’ advisory board.
As a recognized expert on governance, ethics and culture, he frequently speaks at international forums and corporate events. He has been invited to launch the “Get Ready For Change” blog on Forbes.com, which features innovation in the areas of organizational design, change management and ethical leadership.
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