Ethisphere Webinar, Partner Event, Live, Virtual

Webinar – Mental Health in the Workplace: Taking Compliance from Policing to Partnership

1 HOUR(S) | AUGUST, 26, 2023 - | 1:00 PM-2:00 PM | EDT

Exclusive for BELA Members!

Compliance executives are on a never-ending journey to build and maintain a culture of ethics and compliance, and there are many hurdles along the way. Learn why mental health and compliance in the workplace are linked, and how to build an effective and collaborative program.

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AUGUST, 26, 2023

1:00 PM-2:00 PM

Get To Know Our Speakers

Featured Speakers

Craig Moss

EVP – Measurement, Ethisphere & Director of Data and Change Management at the Digital Supply Chain Institute

Kathleen M. Pike

Ph.D. Managing Partner, Science, Mental Health at Work Index

Kathi Whalen

Senior Vice President and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, HCA Healthcare

Ryan Sledge

MBA, MPH Vice President, Workforce Health and Safety, HCA Healthcare

This webinar is exclusively offered to BELA members.


Companies that register will have access to the Mental Health at Work Index to complete a self-assessment of current program maturity and have an Expert Review Call with members of the Mental Health Index Team included as part of their BELA membership until the end of 2023.

Compliance executives are on a never-ending journey to build and maintain a culture of ethics and compliance. Poor compliance is frequently met with more compliance requirements, but this strategy is like trying to beat a smart virus by layering on more of the same elixir. Successful organizations promote compliance by connecting people to purpose. In doing so, worker mental health is both protected and promoted. In fact, when you build a culture of compliance in tandem with building a culture that protects and promotes the mental health of the workforce your compliance efforts go from policing to partnership; people and performance benefit.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Why Compliance and Mental Health in the workplace are linked
  • How the disconnect between attitude and action creates a Work-Around Culture
  • Case study: How ‘willingness to report’ connects compliance and mental health cultures
  • Role of the Compliance and HR/Wellness in effective collaboration
  • The elements of an effective Mental Health at Work program with aggregated maturity results from over 40 companies