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Compliance
July 31, 2017

Protecting Privilege of the Corporate Compliance Officer

4 Safeguards for Privileged Communications Although the compliance function works hand in hand with corporate counsel, the CCO shouldn’t expect all communications with counsel to be protected in the event of an investigation. In fact, there are specific requirements of privileged communications, and most day-to-day compliance discussions won’t be considered…
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Leadership and career
December 14, 2016

Try Improvising to Improve Your Office Relationships

By: Jim Nortz This post was originally shared in the Rochester Business Journal and is republished here with permission from the author. Several months ago, I attended a business ethics conference organized by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics. During the conference, I attended many sessions focused on a…
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Leadership and career
August 29, 2016

Excellent Work + Communication = Success

By: Taunee Besson Q: I don’t know what happened. I just finished managing a project that has occupied most my days for the last 18 months. It was on time and within budget. I expected a lot of kudos and probably a raise or even a promotion. None were forthcoming. What…
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Leadership and career
July 22, 2016

3 Tips for Dealing with Difficult People

You have a difficult person in your life. We all do. You’re thinking about him or her right now. And your blood pressure just went up a few points.  And your face is a little red. With any luck, you’re thinking about a rarely-glimpsed neighbor or a far-flung relative. But…
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Leadership and career
June 17, 2016

Stop Making These 3 Communication Mistakes at Work

I’m not here to tell you that you should never play it safe with your words. Whatever comes out of your mouth can’t be taken back, so you’re wise to measure what you say before you say it. And yet – it’s possible to play it a little too safe.…
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Leadership and career
April 29, 2016

5 Communication Habits of Well-Understood Leaders

Did you know that if you say one thing to five different people, you’re having five completely different conversations at the same time? As it turns out, listeners aren’t capable of hearing your words in their pure and intended form because they have an "internal dialogue" going on that competes…
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Leadership and career
April 25, 2016

Silence Isn’t Golden

Q: I’m about to start a new position that took me a long time to find. I want to get off to a great start and develop a long-term career with my next employer. Based upon past experience, it seems doing a good job isn’t enough. What am I missing?…
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Uncategorized
July 24, 2015

The Importance of Information Flow in a Compliance Risk Crisis

By: Patrick Quinlan When a compliance crisis strikes your industry, it shines a spotlight on how your own company is managing its compliance risk. Newspaper reports on high-profile cases of bribery, corruption, conflicts of interest or misconduct can prompt calls from your Audit Committee Chair and other key stakeholders who…
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July 22, 2015

What Can You Do When Your Boss is Unresponsive?

By: Taunee Besson Q: For the past three years, I’ve worked for a manager who is a brilliant technician with no people skills. While I admire Dave’s technical expertise, his lack of communication is a real problem. Example: In the pat month, I have devoted my time almost exclusively to…
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June 12, 2015

3 Strategies for Defeating “Broken Office Syndrome”

By: Dana Manciagli When it comes to effective office environments, following a strict chain of command doesn’t always lead to a more efficient staff. Typically, each employee in the chain of command is responsible for a particular area of the business and efficiency reigns. However, problems most often arise when…
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