With a little help from my friends – the why and the how of C&E program liaisons

In large and widely dispersed organizations, compliance and ethics program liaisons often play an essential role in ensuring program efficacy. Among other things, they can help extend the reach of the program  – both geographically and deeper into the business. Their knowledge of local culture, law and business personnel and operations can be vital broadly to gaining acceptance of the program throughout the enterprise and more specifically to a host of C&E functions, such as risk assessment. But for many reasons establishing a liaison role can be very challenging, and one should be mindful of the keys to success and things to avoid before setting down this path.

In  this article in the most recent issue of Compliance and Ethics Professional, my partner Rebecca Walker provides a comprehensive overview of  this increasingly important component to effective C&E programs.  I hope you find it useful.

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