Embrace That You’re Self-Employed (Even if You’re An Employee) – Better! Results Tip #6

When I bring up this concept at my live training events, I always get quite a few skeptical looks. And I certainly understand – because most of the participants in my Better! Results seminars are employees, supervisors and managers. That means they work for someone else, draw a salary, have benefits, travel each day to […]

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Your Past Is Not Your Future

Your Past Is Not Your Future – Better! Results Tip #2

Terri Said, “I’ll never be able to get the top spot here. Pursuing goals like that just isn’t part of where I come from.” Yikes! What a limiting statement to have about yourself and your abilities. And it certainly caused an abrupt change in our performance coaching conversation. Of course Terri could get the top […]

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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 #10: All Employees Must Be Actively Recruited into Anti-Fraud Campaigns

Fraud Prevention Tip #10: All Employees Must Be Actively Recruited into Anti-Fraud Campaigns

First level employees, their supervisors and mid-level managers are your most important line of defense against fraud. All must be actively recruited into your Anti-Fraud Campaign. Here are three flawed beliefs that often get in the way. All must be addressed openly for your Anti-Fraud Campaign to work. 1. Fraud prevention is common sense. Leaders […]

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Lead by Example

Fraud Prevention Tip #9: Every Executive, Manager and Supervisor Must Lead by Example

In building an anti-fraud culture, clear strong policies are important. But policies without consistent daily example by leaders will leave employees, suppliers and others confused when making critical decisions. Here are four attributes of leading by example. 1. You protect your signature and everyone knows it. Before you approve any transaction, you spot check details, […]

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