Ethics Coach training impacts lives

Ethics coaching | PowerRound

Level 1 ethics coach facilitation is an efficient way for Compliance, Risk, Conduct Risk, Ethics and Integrity Officers and Corporate Trainers to impact the lives of those they teach. You’ll shift the mindset from mostly after-the-fact problem identification and communication to being part of the solution. Proactively reduce risk, identify and remediate ethical blind spots.…

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Qualities of Great Risk Officers

Qualities of Great Risk Officers

The importance of a risk officer—a position now carrying their own acronym, CRO (for Chief Risk Officer)—is assuming a higher profile during an era of increased globalization, possibilities of litigation, and a complex web of regulations and laws. “One small act or incident can put a company’s reputation at risk and potentially call into question…

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Alternative Training Solution

Alternative traditional training

Alternative Training Solution One of the dilemmas that Trainers face is proving the effectiveness of their training. Yet we still train in a didactic style, where “me speaker, you listen.” We try to add a few tricks to help people remember what they learned or a few motivational rewards for good listening. But really, nothing…

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Conduct Risk Coach Training

Conduct risk coach training

Conduct risk coach training is a solution that empowers you to get to the heart of conduct risk. PowerRound® is a groundbreaking resource in conduct risk training that develops essential qualities and attributes in people. This helps drive peak performance and enhance employee engagement while reducing risk. PowerRound can serve as a stand-alone conduct risk…

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Organizational Design and Collaborative Roundtables – PowerRound

Organizational design and collaborative roundtables

Organizational Design As companies adapt to changing business demands and customer-centered focus, business leaders are changing the way business is done through organizational design. In a recent survey by Bersin by Deloitte, more than nine out of ten executives surveyed (92 percent) rated organizational design as their #1 priority. “Organizations are shifting their structures from…

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Qualities of highly successful salespeople

Qualiites highly successful salespeople

Qualities highly successful salespeople The leading myth about sales is that salespeople need to be slimy, pushy, and full of self-interest. The stereotypical thinking says that to land the sale we need to act unethically, put spin on our communications, and practice manipulation. Hey, lying is the virtue that rules and reigns in selling, right?…

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Wells Fargo scandal

Wells Fargo scandal

Wells Fargo scandal, could it have been prevented? I have a passion for—and an innate ability to hone in on—getting to the heart of a matter and relentlessly searching for a solution that doesn’t yet exist. So, naturally, when the Wells Fargo scandal made national headlines recently, I started thinking about how things could have…

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Top Training Companies

Top 40 training companies

Top training companies have content that gets to the heart. Previously, I wrote about The Best Learning and Development Content is the Kind that Gets to the Heart of Business Performance, with Metrics—this content is best when paired with group coaching, which creates a high impact when coupled with peer learning and followed with action.…

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Increase compliance effectiveness

Increase compliance effectiveness

Increase compliance effectiveness I’ve done considerable work in the area of compliance. I have also served on close to forty boards of publicly-held companies, banks, and insurance firms; as well as the Committee of Sponsoring Organizational of the Treadway Commission (COSO) taskforce. And, my research has been quoted by more than 250 organizations worldwide, starting…

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Reduce conduct risk

Reduce conduct risk

Reduce conduct risk The topic of conduct risk came to mind today, as regulators give heightened attention to issues that move beyond checklists. More than ever before regulators are looking at intangibles, such as behaviors, incentives, and culture. Unethical conduct, unreasonable risk tolerance and other motivations are being examined – anything that drives mistrust in…

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