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Everyone Wants One Thing – Better Results Tip #1

Right now, make a choice. Decide on just one thing that you believe everyone wants. And the answer has to be just one word. When I was first confronted by that powerful question by my results coach, I sat silently for a full five minutes before coming to an answer. That was over five years […]

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Fraud Prevention Tip #50: The Three Key Components of an Anti-Fraud Program

Fraud Prevention Tip #50: The Three Key Components of an Anti-Fraud Program

Somewhere out there, your organization is probably being targeted for fraud right now. Internet-based hackers, international organized crime organizations, and even a small percentage of employees all see your assets and information as too tempting to ignore. But what are the three most important things you must do to deter these barbarians at the gate […]

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Fraud Prevention Tip #49: How to Deal with Employee Theft

Fraud Prevention Tip #49: How to Deal with Employee Theft

Anti-fraud efforts usually lean towards managing external threats. But your largest exposure is from employees simply because they are already inside your circle of trust. When we find out that a trusted employee has been stealing from the organization, it can be really difficult to know how to proceed. The theft in question could be […]

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Fraud Prevention Tip #48: Suggestions for Small Businesses, Small Government and Not-for-Profits

Fraud Prevention Tip #48: Suggestions for Small Businesses, Small Government and Not-for-Profits

Most smaller businesses, local governmental entities, and not-for-profits face the inherent risk of insufficient staff and limited control resources. These special challenges require extra effort by anti-fraud leaders. Here are seven ideas that will help. Create a written Code of Conduct that addresses routine and non-routine situations staff will encounter in performing their work. Provide […]

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Fraud Prevention Tip #47: What to Say to Employees

A fraud incident has surfaced. The suspect is an experienced and respected senior manager. The rumor mill is in full operation. The internal grapevine is filled with wild assumptions about what happened and who was involved. But all that’s available from senior leaders is silence. They are in bunker-mode hidden behind closed doors. No one […]

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