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Nov 21, 2016

Matt Kelly discusses the emerging pressures on compliance professionals. Being able to demonstrate of what the compliance and ethics activities within the company, is the compliance emerging challenging.  We also discuss how monitoring compliance can be a lot like losing weight.

How information can be extracted out of company systems and reporting to leadership is an ongoing struggle. He distinguishes the benefits of an ethical culture from compliant business operations. Many things need to come together for controls to work well.

Matt Kelly is founder of Radical Compliance, which provides consulting and commentary on corporate compliance, audit, governance, and risk management. Radical Compliance also serves at the personal blog for Matt Kelly, the long-time (and now former) editor of Compliance Week.

Matt writes and speaks frequently on corporate compliance, audit, and governance, and now works with various private clients to understand those fields and to develop go-to-market strategies or provide other assistance in reaching audiences of compliance professionals.

 

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Matt Kelly mkelly@radicalcompliance.com

Radical Compliance http://www.radicalcompliance.com/

Nov 7, 2016

Ronnie Feldman is the President & Creative Director of Learnings & Entertainments, a creative service and content provider focused on improving employee engagement through the power of fun!  Ronnie explains how to bring fun to compliance training.  No, really, it’s true!

  • Infuse training with creativity to be interesting
  • Use content to make critical information memorable
  • Be aware of how the training experience reinforces the brand of the compliance team
  • Use empathy to make training more effective
  • Do not be afraid that not everyone will like your creative vision
  • Surprise and delight is powerful

 

Ronnie has an MBA in Entrepreneurial Management and an improv comedy background and has spent the better part of the past 25 years playing in the entertainment and learning space. Ronnie believes that the philosophies of improvisation can help make you a better person, that the Chicago Cubs will win a world series in 2016, and that napping should be an Olympic sport.  He takes great pride in finding creative ways to solve business problems using humor, improvisation and fun. 

 

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info@learningsentertainments.com

http://learningsentertainments.com/

 

Masters of Disaster® is the registered trademark of ComplyEthic Consulting LLC in the United States.  Leona Lewis can be reached at leonalewis@complyethic.com

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