presentations

The Importance of the First Five Minutes of Any Risk and Strategy Conversation

By Carol Williams / June 22, 2022 /

If there’s one thing I’ve learned writing articles for my risk and strategy blog is that considerable thought has to be put into the post’s title and opening lines. With a seemingly endless amount of content on the Internet, visitors will quickly whisk away if the title and intro to an article is not engaging…

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Avoid the Gotcha Reputation with Executives by Using One Simple Step

By Carol Williams / May 17, 2022 /

In case you don’t know or can’t tell, I love speaking with and learning from others to understand their challenges as it can reveal what others are likely facing. And a recent conversation with a newly appointed head of audit revealed a challenge that I felt important to pass along. You’ve heard me say over…

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team player

The Ultimate Guide to Being a Team Player or Not During Meetings

By Ashley / January 15, 2018 /

Every new year ushers in a season of planning and activity, and that translates into more meetings. We have two choices: make the most of them and add value OR be a total pain in the neck to everyone else. For those of you who think meetings are a waste of time, we’ve compiled a…

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6 Steps to Setting up Your Business Continuity Program

By Carol Williams / December 23, 2016 /

You know what it’s like – the first couple of days back from a vacation are always the worst. You have mountains of emails and projects to get caught up on, among other things. Compounding this problem are any new projects that your company leadership so graciously decided to throw in your lap while you…

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