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Compliance
October 2, 2017

5 Ways to Elevate the Board’s Oversight of Compliance

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 include issues of culture.
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Compliance
September 25, 2017

Working in a “Happy Talk” Corporate Culture

When Organizations Lack Real Commitment to E&C Every Chief Compliance Officer wants to be on the same page as the C-Suite and board of directors when it comes to a commitment to ethics and compliance. Without experience working inside the organization, however, it is difficult to tell the difference between…
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Leadership and career
September 20, 2017

3 Secrets to Inspire and Excite Impactful Employees

In developing and advancing a career – and a business – we often focus on just business success, but none of it is possible if you don’t have a team of employees that are passionate about the work and invested in the future of the company. Being surrounded by those…
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Leadership and career
August 28, 2017

Investing in a Top-to-Bottom Ethical Culture Using Data

Findings from the 2017 Ethics and Compliance Survey Convercent and Ethisphere recently released findings from a survey about the importance of an ethical business culture. A culture of ethics is finally being recognized by the top brass as a key differentiator and critical to long-term success. The report touches on…
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Compliance
August 4, 2017

Gut Check: How Many People on Your Board of Directors Know Your Chief Compliance Officer’s Name?

It’s long been said that an effective compliance program can’t exist without a strong culture of ethics and compliance – especially one that’s driven by tone from the top. Since employees will look for direction from above, doesn’t the Board play a critical role? I’m certain that it does. I’m less certain…
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Leadership and career
July 5, 2017

Managing Your Ethical Culture

This article was republished with permission from Michael Volkov’s blog, Corruption, Crime & Compliance. In the wake of ever-constant business scandals (e.g. ZTE, VW, Takata, Odebrecht), chief compliance officers have to refresh their approach and strategy. Everyone agrees, or at least I think they should agree, that a company's most effective control…
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Compliance
June 22, 2017

5 Common Mistakes Chief Compliance Officers Make (And How to Avoid Them)

Chief Compliance Officers are fallible – I know that is not a controversial statement. To err is human, and CCOs are members of the human species. With the enormous expectations placed on CCOs' shoulders, they are bound to make some mistakes. I have seen CCOs who have run into difficulties,…
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Leadership and career
June 21, 2017

3 Strategies for Retaining Top Talent, Starting with Letting Them Breathe

What's the fastest way to lose your star talent? Drive your employees into the ground. Sure, "weekends at the office" persist in the corporate world. But in an age of always-connected-communication, is that the best strategy for attracting and keeping your stars while grooming a company's future leaders? Corporate leaders…
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Compliance
June 14, 2017

The 2 Most Important Words in a Compliance Dictionary

This article was republished with permission from Michael Volkov’s blog, Corruption, Crime & Compliance. Humans have an innate desire to complicate things. When it comes to ideas, professionals are no different; compliance consultants, lawyers, financial advisers and others enjoy solving complicated problems. Such an approach, however, does a disservice to clients and…
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Leadership and career
April 14, 2017

10 Lessons Clients Taught Me in 2016

Each year I aspire to teach my clients lessons that will help them improve their personal and professional lives and their businesses. But what many of them probably don't realize is that I simultaneously learn as I teach. And even though I've been consulting for more than 35 years, each year…
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