Compliance Is Tough, Build Your Network! Roy Snell, CEO of the SCCE, Explains [PODCAST]

Compliance is a team sport, and building a network to share ideas, experience, and concerns is critical. The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) has played a big part in my growth as a professional and in my knowledge of the current state of the struggles and achievements of compliance practitioners.

I got the chance to talk with Roy Snell, CEO of SCCE and HCCA (Health Care Compliance Association), on the role the annual meeting plays in the careers of compliance professionals. When SCCE started, it was important to form relationships and forward the sophistication and effectiveness of compliance professionals. SCCE created every possible forum for people to share information and educate each other, allowing a framework for the profession of compliance to grow.

Personally, I am looking forward to the 2016 annual SCCE meeting, held in Chicago next month. Send me an email at leonalewis@complyethic.com if you would like to meet in Chicago at SCCE!

The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) is a member-based association for regulatory compliance professionals. SCCE was established in 2004 and is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. SCCE provides training, certification, networking, and other resources to thousands of members. Our members include compliance officers and staff from a wide range of industries. The need for guidance in meeting regulatory requirements extends to a wide range of sectors, including academics; aerospace; banking; construction; entertainment; government; financial services; food and manufacturing; insurance; and oil, gas, and chemicals. The following observation from Roy Snell is found on the SCCE/HCCA website: 

One often wonders why HCCA, and then SCCE, all worked. It’s hard to know. Is it being in the right place at the right time or getting the right people involved? To me, it’s obvious that it is both. What has kept it going is a simple truth, that people who face significant challenges need to communicate with others facing similar challenges. Compliance professionals face huge challenges. The reason we continue to meet in ever-larger numbers is the very same reason the first call to Mary Dunnaway was made—to share compliance war stories and learn from each other.

LINKS
roy.snell@corporatecompliance.org
2016 SCCE Chicago Conference Information http://www.complianceethicsinstitute.org/
SCCE official site http://www.corporatecompliance.org/
 

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