Thank you for joining me for Episode 4. This will be a solosode where I’m pulling together key points and concepts from the first three episodes to discuss how you can use branding and storytelling to create an inclusive and engaging compliance program.
I’ll be providing tips on:
- How to cut through the noise & get your workforce to want to engage with your program
- How to leverage Hilary Hartling’s MAGIC Formula (which is based on key things that Disney has done right to protect & expand its brand) to create your own compliance brand
- Brand deposits vs. brand withdrawals
About Nichole Pitts:
From global film companies & major music labels to intergovernmental organizations and some of Inc. Magazine’s Fastest-Growing Companies in America, Nichole Pitts, CEO & Founder of Ethintegrity and Host of The Ethintegrity Podcast with Nichole Pitts: A Safe Space for Brave Conversations, has helped countless organizations gain accelerated success through the world of DEI and Ethics & Compliance. With more than 15 years of Ethics & Compliance and DEI experience, serving most recently as a VP of Compliance & Ethics of a high 8-figure industry disruptor, Pitts has been recognized as one of Ethisphere’s “Attorneys Who Matter“ and shortlisted as “Chief Compliance Officer of the Year – Large Company.“ Nichole is a citizen of the world, having lived in Paris, London, Atlanta, and Washington, DC.
A featured expert and speaker for EQS Group, AllBright, Convercent by One Trust, the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics (SCCE), Ethisphere, Lead360, the International Bar Association, and Jindal Global Business School, Nichole’s expertise has also been featured in the Anti Corruption Report Ethisphere Magazine, the EQS Group blog, Interactive Compliance Training blog, the Compliance Podcast Network, and on virtual and live event stages alike.
In 2018, Nichole founded Ethintegrity to establish an innovative and inspiring brand that empowers professionals and organizations to exponentially expand their awareness and impact to create more diverse & ethical workplaces. Influenced heavily by creativity and living abroad, Nichole is passionate about helping organizations and professionals create workplace environments that embrace and promote ethical behavior and embed diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging into their cultural DNA.
Nichole holds a BA in both History and African American Studies from Indiana University – Bloomington and a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Indiana University’s Mauer School of Law, where she served as president of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA).