Speaking Events

2016 SCCE Compliance & Ethics Institute (www.complianceethicsinstitute.org)
Chicago, Illinois - September 25-28, 2016
Sheraton Grand Hotel

Date and Time: To Be Announced 
SESSION TRACK - Case Study
---: How An Organization Created A Model Compliance Committee
Walter E. Johnson, Frank Ruelas, & Cindy Hart

  • Move the Compliance Committee from becoming just another "meeting" to one that is an effective work group in dealing with compliance issues.
  • Understanding and managing the life cycle of planning a Compliance Committee meeting that avoids wasted time and promotes action oriented discussions and decision making. 
  • How to design and manage an agenda that makes the best use of a Compliance Committee's meeting time while prompting effective interaction among the committee members. 

2016 HCCA Compliance Institute (www.compliance-institute.org)
Las Vegas, Nevada - April 17-20, 2016
Aria Hotel & Resort

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 (1:00 PM to 2:00 PM) 
SESSION TRACK - Auditing and Monitoring
607: Gaming the System!
Walter E. Johnson, Adam K. Weinstein, Cindy Hart, & Dawn E. Lambert

  • Are your employees completely honest? Learn some techniques for monitoring integrity. 

  • Using the COSO framework may increase con dence in internal controls to mitigate risks. 

  • ​Hotline Promotion: Encouraging employees to report misconduct and using metrics to promote an ethical culture. 

2015 HCCA Compliance Institute (www.compliance-institute.org)
Lake Buena Vista, Florida - April 19-22, 2015
Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort

Sunday, April 19, 2015 (1:30 PM to 4:30 PM) 
SESSION TRACK - How to Succeed As A Compliance Professional
P23: New to Compliance? Freshmen...Don't Run Yet!
Walter E. Johnson, Adam K. Weinstein, Cindy Hart, & Dawn E. Lambert

  • Juggling Act: Transitioning to CO. Balancing your expectations and the expectations of the organization (and others)
  • Resources: Making use of what you have to influence e the need for more
  • Pay It Forward: Network power - contribute to the profession by collaborating for knowledge tool exchanges, roundtable discussions, certification prep, and professional publications

 

SESSION TEASER - Are you an overwhelmed newbie? Are you juggling regulations and competing priorities? Are you attracting more responsibilities with diminishing resources? Do you hear crickets when asking yourself, “What are others doing?” Are you questioning whether compliance is the profession for you? Wonder no more; compliance needs you! By attending this session, you will learn from your peers as they discuss their methods to remain current with regulations, prioritize initiatives, and network to develop best practices for their compliance program.

ToastMasters International (www.toastmasters.org)
Chapter: ToastMasters-by-Proxy Toastmaster Club #899228
Rockville, Maryland 

Wednesday, June 3, 2015 (12:30 PM) 
Competent Communicator Speech #5: "Sweet Influence"
Walter E. Johnson

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 (12:30 PM) 
Competent Communicator Speech #4: "The Find"
Walter E. Johnson

Wednesday, April 1, 2015 (12:30 PM) 
Competent Communicator Speech #3: "Is It Spring Clinging Time Again?"
Walter E. Johnson

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 (12:30 PM) 

Competent Communicator Speech #2: "PTP Is My Superpower: Speed Racer of Compliance"
Walter E. Johnson

 

Wednesday, March 4, 2015 (12:30 PM) 
Competent Communicator Speech #1: "Getting to Know Me Is Like Walking Into A Bookstore"
Walter E. Johnson

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September 2016:

This month, I highlight a few bills focusing on the automotive industry.  

August 2016:

Suprise! Guess who is on the cover of Compliance Today? See my interview to learn more about me. 

July/August 2016:

Here is another article that reviews decision making from an  automotive enthusiast's perspective. Enjoy!

June 2016:

As an automotive enthusiast, I am excited to announce the publication of the "SPY Car Act: Navigating the automotive industry". This is my first article to incorporate my professional career and personal hobby. Enjoy!

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