Building Custom Content to Support Colgate-Palmolive's Ethical Standards and Values

The small soap and candle business that William Colgate began in New York City early in the 19th century is now, more than 200 years later, a truly global company serving hundreds of millions of consumers worldwide. Throughout this history, Colgate people and Colgate values have been at the heart of their success.

Since 2009, Colgate-Palmolive has partnered with SAI Global for completely customized learning experiences, “off-the-shelf” content, and dedicated program guidance to support the organization’s global ethics and compliance program, code of conduct, and Ethical Leadership training.

As part of their initiative to make Colgate-Palmolive a leader in sustainability and innovation, they’ve designed a set of policies that ensures they stick to their promise. To align these corporate governance policies, fundamental values, and business practices guidelines with their ethics and compliance program’s training, SAI Global works with Al Lee, Vice President and Chief Internal Governance Officer, and his extended team of ethics and compliance professionals to help employees around the world “maintain the highest ethical standards.”

Each year, SAI and Colgate collaborate to deliver new learning experiences that continue to be engaging and relevant for each individual and ensure their participation is measurable for reporting purposes.

Learn more about the solutions we've developed from Colgate-Palmolive's Lee in this interview case study.

 


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