Reputational Risk - the Role of the "Code of Conduct"

Reputational Risk - the Role of the "Code of Conduct"
Thought Leadership Webinar: What is reputational risk? How is reputational risk linked to the code of conduct? How do you influence the development of a code of conduct that truly reflects the corporate values and idiosyncrasies but also complies with corporate social responsibility/ESG factors? How do you provide awareness of the code of conduct that sticks to minimize reputational risk? Join this webinar and learn the answers to these questions.
 
  Date:
April 21, 2021

  Time:
10:00 - 11:00 a.m. EDT
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. BST
 

  Presented By:
Alberto R Melgoza, Ph.D.

 Session Length:
60 minutes

 

About This Webinar

The code of conduct is defined as a guideline for required behavior, compliance (i.e., prohibited behavior) and accountability for both the individual and the corporation.  It is considered as an instrument for enhancing corporate social responsibility and/or complying with ESG factors. The last two aspects are possibly the reason why the code of conduct is usually written in relation to guidelines of corporate social responsibility and ESG factors, rather than authentic corporate idiosyncrasy and values.

In consequence, when corporate stakeholders, such as risk, law, or HR professionals aim to provide awareness of the code of conduct, there is an important gap related to the corporation’s authentic behavioral traits and values, and stakeholder critical awareness, leading to higher exposure of reputational risk for the individual and the corporation but also, ironically, not complying with corporate social responsibility/ESG factors. 

In this webinar, we will provide awareness of the liability associated with reputation: what is reputational risk, how reputational risk is linked to the code of conduct, how to influence the development of a code of conduct that truly reflects the corporate values and idiosyncrasies but also complies with corporate social responsibility/ESG factors, and how to provide awareness of the code of conduct that sticks to minimize reputational risk. 


About Our Experts  

  
 
 

Alberto R Melgoza holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Management. He is a fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia, a duly member of the American Psychological Association, a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and Committee member for Governance, Risk, and Compliance at Financial Executives International. With more than 30 years’ experience in corporate governance, Alberto has in-depth knowledge, experience, and expertise on how the corporations are managed, from the Board and its members to operational staff. 

Alberto understands the consequences of weaker management, including reputational and financial liability.  He has designed and led important projects that have created global attention such as preparing and providing key awareness to senior personnel for Saud Aramco’s Initial Public Offering.  He has also negotiated successfully with BIG4s and International Investment Banks (JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and HSBC) on behalf of Aramco key projects and programs that were beneficial not only to the corporation but for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Alberto’s certifications include COSO ERM, COSO Internal Controls, PROSCI, Hogan Assessments, The Leader Versatile Index, and The California Psychological Inventory. He has been properly elected as board member and has undertaken executive roles. He has authored numerous articles, published and presented at international conferences, and based on his research has been honored with numerous prestigious awards in the USA and the UK. Alberto has served as guest speaker at many events on issues associated with mentorship, high performing culture, rightful behavior, and soft skills and leadership competency development.

 

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4/21/2021 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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