Here’s a collection of ten interesting and informative episodes of compliance and ethics-themed podcasts.
- Everyday Ethics: Ethics (December 20, 2017, 12 minutes 55 seconds) – practical ethics and the dilemmas that arise in everyday life.
- University of Oxford, A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners: Freedom, knowledge, and society: the preconditions of ethical reasoning (May 20, 2011, 60 minutes 18 seconds) – law and morality.
- Examining Ethics: Achievement Matters (February 22, 2017, 32 minutes 53 seconds) – inner success and the ethics of evaluating and valuing the accomplishments of other people.
- Ethics and Psychology: The Nudge in Ethics, Psychotherapy, and Public Policy (February 8, 2016, 58 minutes 40 seconds) – nudge theory and the ethics of its use in situations of power imbalance or authority-driven relationships such as doctor-patient.
- AMA Journal of Ethics, Ethics Talk: Strategies for Addressing Moral Distress (June 2017, 8 minutes 45 seconds) – strategies for understanding and addressing moral distress in clinical settings.
- Philosophy Now: Beyond Right and Wrong (June 8, 2014, 54 minutes 37 seconds) – meta-ethics and its practical application to work, life, and society.
- Compliance Beat: Three More Ways to Involve Managers in Compliance and Ethics (June 24, 2017, 17 minutes 13 seconds) – engaging with the mood in the middle to encourage a speak-up culture and to support and impact organizational values.
- Masters of Disaster: The Devil in the Data (May 22, 2017, 13 minutes 36 seconds) – using data-driven approaches to evaluation of compliance and ethics management in organizations.
- Think Compliance: Intro to the Seven Elements of an Effective Compliance Program (November 9, 2016, 6 minutes 30 seconds) – tips for healthcare organizations to build a compliance program in line with regulatory expectations and to defend against possible punishments.
- Compliance into the Weeds: The Uber Edition (June 14, 2017, 20 minutes 13 seconds) – corporate culture and governance at Uber as precautionary example of worst practices for compliance officers.
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