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Leadership and career

Leadership and career
January 19, 2018

4 Major Audit Risk Themes for 2018

Prepare to Plan or Plan to Fail Coauthored by Bart Edgerton As Audit teams start thinking about their 2018 plans, being able to identify new trends in emerging risk areas that threaten to disrupt enterprise performance over the next year is critical. This explains 12 risks, connected by four major…
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Leadership and career
January 17, 2018

5 Key Principles of Successful Risk Management

Building A Strong Strategy From the Ground Up There is no one-size-fits-all solution for risk management function, how risk is governed varies across industries and organizations. But there are five interrelated principles that underlie effective risk management within organizations in both good times and bad – integrity to the discipline…
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Leadership and career
January 8, 2018

Armed With Confidence: The Infallible Edge

Positioning Companies to Face the Future Confidently With most companies and industries facing uncertainty when looking to the future, there arises the question of how confident organizations are in executing their strategies successfully. More specifically, how can executive management and the board of directors assist the organizations they oversee with…
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Leadership and career
January 5, 2018

What’s Your Tough Call Quotient?

New Book by Linda Henman on Moving Beyond Indecision Linda Henman is known as The Decision Catalyst™. She's spent her career helping executives and senior leaders to make the tough calls — be they around strategy, succession planning, business growth or M&As. In her new book, Linda shares compelling stories…
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Leadership and career
December 21, 2017

5 Ways to Elevate the Board’s Oversight of Compliance

Expanding the View to Include Culture Does your organization view compliance as a “check the box” exercise? Many companies do. Chuck Saia, CEO of Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory, feels differently and shares five ways a board can start broadening its view – and management’s view – of compliance to…
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Leadership and career
December 13, 2017

The Critical Nature of Funny

The Impact of Humor on Decision-Making A sense of humor is an invaluable thing. Not only does it endear us to each other and help to form bonds between us, but it can be a lifesaver in unthinkable conditions. According to Linda Henman's doctorate research, this was the case for…
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Leadership and career
December 11, 2017

Managing Security with a Mobile Workforce

Using EMM to Support Remote Teams and Ensure Safety Companies are becoming more open to the remote worker, seeing the benefits in increased employee productivity, efficiency, morale and engagement. However, along with these benefits to employer and employee come a new set of managerial challenges and security protocols, particularly in…
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Leadership and career
November 29, 2017

5 Ways to Combat Stress in the Workplace

We all know that work can be stressful at times. And stress at work comes from so many sources: leadership change, economic shifts, sometimes morale just feels low. I asked Jennifer Moss, cofounder of Plasticity Labs and author of Unlocking Happiness at Work, for advice and she shared five tactics to combat stress in…
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Leadership and career
November 27, 2017

The Complete Guide to State Taxes for Mobile Workers

By: TSheets An overwhelming 93 percent of mobile workers agree: Technology simply can't replace old-fashioned, face-to-face interactions. With that in mind, it should come as no shock that more than half of U.S. workers still travel for work on a regular basis.According to a recent independent survey conducted by TSheets,…
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Leadership and career
November 15, 2017

Protecting Your Corporate Culture

The Objective of Due Diligence There is immense benefit to thoroughly vetting third parties, and it goes far beyond avoiding enforcement actions from the likes of the SEC, DOJ and other regulatory agencies. When you do business with risky suppliers and vendors domestically or abroad, you put your organization's reputation…
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