Transfer or transformation: What is the focus of your compliance training? Part 1

  I re-read Roy Snell’s article titled Compliance Officer’s Nine Lives. He commented that compliance officers must master some elements of 9 professions to be successful. They are Legal, Ethics, Risk, Audit, Investigations, Education, Organizational Development, Operations, and Communications. He goes on to say that the reason compliance programs are successful, is because compliance professionals…

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Time and attention are leadership gaps

  In the recent article: Trust and Integrity: The Values of a Company’s Reputation, Michael Volkov states: “ A commitment to culture requires time and attention. When senior executives fail to understand the importance of ethics and compliance or balk at resources needed to carry out this function, a company will suffer. There will always…

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The lack of moral courage in leaders!

  In the recent article by Joe Thornell titled: 21st Century Leadership requires Moral Courage, the author states: “Moral Courage is in great demand today from our leaders”, and he identifies three elements of moral courage: 1.Strong, unwavering Core values that are in 100% compliance with the values of the organization. Accountability which seems to…

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What is it that you “brand?”

Is it a product or service, a mission statement, a code of conduct or ???? What needs to be the focus of branding is reputation. In reality, what else can one brand? If there isn’t a good reputation, what do you brand? A reputation is an emotional bond with a customer, vendor or supplier, etc.…

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What is it that you “brand?”

Is it a product or service, a mission statement, a code of conduct or ???? What needs to be the focus of branding is reputation. In reality, what else can one brand? If there isn’t a good reputation, what do you brand? A reputation is an emotional bond with a customer, vendor or supplier, etc.…

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