ColoradoNDR will be assisting in an ethics project examining the financial industry reviewing regulatory compliance and enforcement. We hope to uncover character strengths of individuals and examine how federal administration may misuse policy.
Teaching employees to take responsibility shouldn't be approached as a one size fits all. We have narrowed down employee leadership development into 4 basic steps.
Power of Attorney (POA) is not just for aging relatives. With depression affecting 6.7% of the population, family members might be faced with the need to establish Power of Attorney for siblings, cousins or extended family members.n We also discuss how to get a POA, and planning for aging parents.
We’d like to take a few moments to look at the reasons behind the need to say no for maintaining a positive company culture. We review why you should say no as well as how.
We dispell common myths of developing corporate culture and caution managers looking to create a corporate culture that is not realistic.
Who's problem is it anyway? The abandoned shopping cart used by vagabonds is a symbol of something bigger. Is it an ethics problem or a leadership problem? We think it is the community that needs to accept responsibility... for their attitude behind the issue. Corporate attitude can be part of making your business different.
When we ask clients what wins the prize for providing the most headaches, it’s almost unanimously regulatory compliance. Most comments seem to be something like: “compliance administration takes the fun out of being an entrepreneur”. No matter what your business focus, governmental agencies such as HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, OSHA, ADA, FINRA, SEC, etc. will have an... Continue Reading →
There is a lot of leadership lessons to learn from don Francisco. We recently received notice that the popular Latin program, Sabado Gigante will end after a successful 53 year reign. The program was unique in the fact that its popularity spanned the 160 nations of South and Central America, Mexico and the United States. ... Continue Reading →