Ten Top Ways to Get Involved with the SCCE

By Roy Snell and Kristy Grant-Hart
roy.snell@corporatecompliance.org
KristyGH@SparkCompliance.com

The Corporate Compliance and Ethics Company has experienced record growth. Do you know why? Because people like you have helped share information about the organization and mission of the compliance community. When people join the SCCE, or come to an academy or conference, they often want to get involved, but do not know how. Here are some good ideas for getting involved. Why not start one today?

Writing
You can write for:
Speaking
You can submit a topic to and talk about in:
Referral
You can refer your colleagues to:
Sending e-mails concerning Academies conferences and others events
Tell your friends about the events you attended and suggest that they arrive next time
Bring your teammates and colleagues to the next event with you or share what you have learned with them
Share Content Online
Including:
Share on LinkedIn on your personal news feed
Share on LinkedIn in groups dedicated to compliance, including the group SCCE
Share on Facebook in your personal news feed
Share on Facebook on pages devoted to compliance, including the page of SCCE
Tweeting links to our content via Twitter
Share on other social media sites, such as Google+, Instagram and Pinterest
Certification
You can get involved by:
Obtaining Certification CCEP or CCEP-I
Link your certified status in your LinkedIn profile
Link your certified status in your email signature
Proudly display your certificate on the wall of your office or home
Activities of the conference
Where available, you can:
Join the SpeedNetworking event to meet other people on the ground
Join the SpeedMentoring event to mentor people in the compliance community or become a mentee
Go to yoga class or participate in the fitness challenge
Join the volunteer activity
Provide articles or bid on articles of the auction in writing
Socialize and Support
You can:
Provide support to people working in the field
Connect with new members online through sites such as LinkedIn to welcome them into the profession and the organization
Stay in touch with people you meet at conferences and academies
Answer your questions and share documents on SCCEnet our social networking site
Provide comments and criticism
You can do this by:
Review of the books and documents published by the SCCE on Amazon.com, Goodreads.com and other revision websites
Provide feedback on the sessions in which you participate in the SCCE Conferences, both to evaluate the speakers and the content / topic of the session
Respond to inquiries disseminated by the SCCE
Supports supplier relationships
You can encourage compliance-related vendors to:
Exhibit at the SCCE conferences
Advertise in Professional Compliance and Ethics Magazine
Participate in a webinar where they share their expertise and best practices
Volunteering for Leadership
SCCE management is drawn from people who are active members of the association who spend a lot of time writing, speaking, mentoring, networking with their peers, blogging, and so on. So, if you want to introduce yourself to the board of directors or assume a more active leadership role, be sure to follow the steps above.
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