executives

It is a sad fact that for many organizations their business units, vendor management group, and even procurement, truly have
Gary Roboff and Bob Jones, senior advisors with The Santa Fe Group, an executive risk management consulting firm based in
If "networking" is defined as you attending a networking event to potentially find new clients, it can often be difficult, time-consuming, expensive, and fruitless. Perhaps you attend the wrong event and meet no prospects and you spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars with zero return on investment. That isn't sustainable or an effective use of your time.
The legal balance is between merely harassing requests directed to top executives and the executives' actual involvement
As more organizations here in North America and overseas increasingly utilize third party vendors with a global presence to perform critical functions, process key transactions and provide exposure to sensitive proprietary information, those organizations with mature third party risk (TPR) programs are receiving a loud call to provide assistance to those new to the TPR field.
Hearing the words "I need you to attend this networking event tonight on our behalf" can trigger a series of extreme reactions in an otherwise rational person. The range of discomfort can vary from apathy and weariness to aversion, distress and even a rising tidal wave of nausea, at the thought of forced social interaction.
In June I had the privilege of attending the White House's historic United State of Women Summit and it was impossible not to be inspired for the future of women in business and beyond. Seeing the great Dina Powell of Goldman Sachs moderating a conversation with Warren Buffet in front of thousands of the most-accomplished and ambitious businesswomen in America and countless more tuning in remotely was as humbling as it was reassuring.
Just because executives can do a job does not mean they should. I have seen this for years and have even found myself involved in tasks that my employees should be doing. I discovered that I was actually involved in a task that clearly was not my role.
How great is it when a nice guy or girl finishes first? I was overjoyed to see on my LinkedIn feed that a former colleague
1. Most notably: Third Party Relationships: Risk Management Guidance. Bulletin OCC-2013-29. Office of the Comptroller of
While our ability to improve brain health is becoming more widespread in the neuroscience community, the general public is still largely unaware of pivotal steps that can be taken to make the brain more resilient to decline or injury and regenerate after cognitive losses.
the hard lesson learned from this exercise is the ability to identify those people whom I can add to my short list of truly trusted advisors and add myself to my superior's list of truly trusted advisors.
Morning quickly flows into afternoon and the second shift is summoned to complete the previous tasks in reverse order. Tutoring, strength training and sport specific practice is added to the daily routine. On most week nights we are fortunate to be home by 9:00 pm.
David Cay Johnston explains how Loretta Lynch is shaking up the DOJ.
David Clay Johnston and William Black discuss the DOJ's rules for Wall Street.
http://www.psmag.com/health-and-behavior/identity-is-lost-without-a-moral-compass References: Let's try a business scenario
As an executive living in the digital age, communicating your value is an essential task if you want to establish yourself as a credible authority and build trust with potential customers.
It's more than just the practice of good manners and following respectful protocol when doing business with others -- it's the difference between a good businessman or businesswoman and a great one.
8. Develop assumptions about the impact of the implementation-- think through how big the transformation is. How many people
Party crashing--or gate-crashing, as it is sometimes called--is an art form that I stumbled upon as a teen. I taught myself how to finagle into any event, anywhere, anytime.