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“Know your audience.” It’s a cardinal rule of board reporting — and it certainly holds true when determining the most effective ways to communicate ethics and compliance program updates to your board of directors and compliance officers.
Gone are the early days of risk assurance where external audit firms inspect financial statements and corporate compliance officers work strictly on regulatory filings. Today, it takes a village working together. Here's how all the pieces fit.
Time is limited and schedules are always packed. How do you determine what your board needs to know about compliance oversight? In this video, learn the five main topics to focus on when discussing compliance practices in your next board training session.
“Packed” is not a term unfamiliar with the descriptions of board meetings. So before walking into your next board presentation, review these recommendations so that you can be timely, direct and prepared for an effective and impressive presentation.
Ensure that your board is not lacking proper guidance to meet regulatory standards. A board's responsibility for compliance oversight is made very clear.. Learn more on how to be the ideal informative strategic partner for your board of directors.
“Know your audience.” It’s a cardinal rule of business communications – and it certainly holds true when determining the most effective ways to communicate ethics and compliance program updates to your board of directors.
The #1 secret of successful benchmarking is knowing what to do with the information you discover — taking the results and making them actionable
Watch this video for recommendations on how to better approach benchmarking at your organization.
Save valuable time by having everything you need - all in one place. Easily compare your hotline and incident management program against your peers using this convenient fill-in-the-blank template.
Preparing a compliance report to share with the board of directors can be a complex presentation to plan and navigate. Beyond generating the compliance report, it's important to keep a strategic focus when presenting. Make the most of your compliance board presentation with these recommendations.
Ensure your board of directors has a sufficient understanding of their compliance oversight responsibilities before your next board meeting.