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Gower authors, Nigel Iyer, Veronica Morino and Richard Minogue are running a two day course in Oslo on 12-13 March 2014. The course will give an insight into how Nordic organisations can defend themselves against fraud, corruption and unethical behaviour.

About the course
Is corruption and fraud an invisible enemy which is hard to deal with? Do we simply have to learn to live with it? Is it in fact resistant to more laws and regulations?

When we read about scandal after scandal in the papers, it’s so easy to feel like a helpless bystander. But corruption and fraud affects us all professionally and personally… and we can actually do something about it.

Together with experts from the Septia Academy, EEG has developed a self-defence course against fraud, corruption and all forms of unethical behaviour for Nordic organisations.

Day 1 is the “Executive Survival Guide” preparing you for all challenges.
Day 2 helps you navigate in uncharted waters in territories like the former Soviet Union and beyond.

The course will be held in Oslo at NHO (the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise).

You can register here.

You can visit the course programme here

Do have a look – knowing how to defend yourself against fraud and corruption could save you a lot of money… and your reputation!