Category: Ethics

Category: Ethics

Getting The Most Out Of Conferences

I recently sat down with the one and only Adam Turteltaub of the SCCE to join him on his Compliance Perspectives podcast. As conference season is in full force, we’re diving in to an important topic. How do you get the most out of your conference experience? Here are our top hacks, tips and tricks.

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Should I take the new job?

Should I stay or should I go? A new job can seem like a panacea to all your woes. If you’re being micromanaged, working in an unappreciative environment, being subjected to endless working hours, or being asked to take calls at all hours of the day and night, you’re likely browsing LinkedIn hoping to find an escape.

Or maybe you’re simply open to change even though you’re relatively happy where you are. Whether actively seeking a new opportunity or if one falls into your lap, it’s always difficult to know whether to leave.

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When to Make it Global and When to Keep It Local

I recently sat down with the one and only Adam Turteltaub of the SCCE to join him on his Compliance Perspectives podcast. We talked about a very important and controversial topic. When should you keep your compliance program global, and when should you allow for local versions? We’re hashing it out here.

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New Book! Leveling-Up with Mary Shirley

It’s no secret that Mary Shirley is compliance gold. She’s a podcasting guru, award-winning author, and thought leader. She’s also got a brand new book coming out that’s already reached #1 in Amazon pre-sales in the industry!

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On Not Being Good at It

Compliance officers are used to being good at things. After all, our careers require a certain level of academic mastery and we must have emotional intelligence and business acumen to deal with senior management.

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In Defense of Compliance Independence

Americans are celebrating the Fourth of July holiday this week, commemorating the separation of the United States as an independent country from the United Kingdom. Battles for independence can be long and filled with difficulty, including moments where freedom fighters feel defeated.

As a profession and department, compliance is still young. Debates still rage about whether compliance needs to be independent, and what “independence” actually means in practice.

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