CCOs Cannot Ignore C-Suite Risks

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  1. Frank Numann says:

    Michael,
    Fully agree. The C-suite is subject to the same rules and training requirement as the Board and the entire organisation and its agents. In my experience, such training works and is appreciated, but you have to make it practical for them, in order to capture and retain Executive’ attention. They’re smart people and pick up the Regulations very quickly. What retains their interest is how they can use it in their work. Once you have them on board, they are very effective ambassadors.
    And disciplining senior staff is necessary. It’ hard and I learned that we have to be aware of a bias in our thinking. As senior officers ourselves, we find it easier to rationalise behaviour of our peers than of more junior staff. But we must administer discipline consistently in order to have credibility (and therefore: traction) with staff.

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