Compliance or Commitment, Which Do You Want?

Kevin Eikenberry

The post Compliance or Commitment, Which Do You Want? Most of the talk about leadership style is futile without first understanding the answer to this question. Most leadership development is hollow until those learning are clear on their answer to this question.

What We Need: Compassionate Compliance

QAspire

Compliance stems from our need to ensure certainty, reduce variability and adhere to a certain structure or model. Compliance may be explicit (e.g. Compliance is good because it helps us stay creative, allows us to be a part of community and gives us a direction.

5 Truths That Govern Compliance’s Relationship With Employee Engagement

The Leadership Advisor

In a globalized world that has ethical, and often legal, violations taking place all-to-regularly, compliance has become a critical component to being a successful and sustainable company. Most of these have a zero tolerance vibe to them, so compliance is a big deal.

Compliance And Risk Management In Today's Business World

Eric Jacobson

Dave Yarin is a compliance and risk management consultant to senior management and directors of large and mid-size companies, and author of the soon to be published book, Fair Warning – The Information Within. Compliance Dave Yarin Fair Warning Leadership Risk Management

Compliance versus Dialogue: Which Approach is Best?

Six Disciplines

Compliance or Dialogue? The two main styles a manager has in getting people to do work are Compliance Driven and Dialogue Driven. Compliance drivers have an authoritarian view of the manager/employee relationship. While a compliance driver might say “Do this!” Working together without feeling like they are in a straightjacket of compliance, being told every detail by people who do not have the front line knowledge of what is going on.

Compliance With Laws Isn’t Ethical Leadership (There’s More)

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Beyond Compliance I have intentionally avoided using the C-word (Compliance) in most of my posts, and I decided that it was time to explain why. In this post I'll explain why laws are not enough, and why complying with laws does not mean that we are leading ethically. Ethical Leader Ethical Organization complexity complexity in leadership ethical ethical leadership ethics leading ethically

Leaders: Do You Want Compliance or Engagement?

Linked 2 Leadership

To achieve the highest levels of success within an industry today, organizations should be focused on creating training programs that develop better leaders, not better managers. Management vs. Leadership Often times the terms leadership and management are used interchangeably yet these two words could not be more opposite in the outcomes they produce within an […].

Compliance in All Things 101

Execupundit

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Commitment or Compliance…It’s Your Choice

First Friday Book Synopsis

I am grateful to Marcus Buckingham for calling my attention to Bob Woodcock and the material he posts at his website. Here is an excerpt from a recent and excellent article that suggests the quality of Woodcock’s reasoning and writing skills, posted on January 21, 2011. To read the complete article, check out others, and sign [.].

Do you strive for compliance or commitment?

Bud to Boss

You have to ask yourself, “Do I want compliance or commitment?”. I would say that if you want one-time action and results in a situation where you do not have to continue working or living with the other person, then compliance is fine. If, however, you are in a relationship with someone, either personally or professionally, I would say that compliance is bad goal. In Why We Do What We Do , Edward Deci argues that compliance is really silent retaliation.

Complimentary Resource – Compliance Management in Environment, Health & Safety

Strategy Driven

Compliance Management in Environment, Health & Safety. Companies are looking for ways to reduce the cost of compliance, improve the safety of people, products, and processes, and surpass corporate goals around Sustainability.

Quality and Quantity – Compliance and Excellence

QAspire

Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Quality and Quantity – Compliance and Excellence Going by numbers is a great way to stay in control (or at least feel that way). — These are conversations of “compliance” versus “remarkability” and “adherence” versus “excellence”. Most people feel that quality is “compliance&# , but at its core, it is about “excellence&#. Forget compliance, we’re after quality.

Thinking compliance? Are you in the right bus?

Self Help Zen

Our education system is organized around compliance. Many company cultures are also organized around compliance. The reasoning for this appears to be that at some point, compliance transforms into measurability and measurability gives the control you always wished for. But have you ever looked at this from this point of view that the cost of compliance is a lost opportunity of personal leadership ? I wonder why compliance is considered a way to reach the mountaintop.

The Control Continuum – Engagement vs. Compliance

Change Starts Here

On one end of the Continuum, there is Compliance. Compliance <——————–> Engagement. Compliance means you are giving people the answer and then holding them accountable for doing what you expect – you are in control (at least you act like you are!). Compliance = Telling. You can also engage some individuals or groups while expecting compliance from others.

What is a Copyright?

Women on Business

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The Client Agreement – Does Yours Cover All of This?

Women on Business

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Am I Stealing Someone Else’s Work??

Women on Business

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Setting up Your Business Entity

Women on Business

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Thinking compliance? Are you in the right bus?

Utpal Writes

Our education system is organized around compliance. Many company cultures are also organized around compliance. The reasoning for this appears to be that at some point, compliance transforms into measurability and measurability gives the control you always wished for. But have you ever looked at this from this point of view that the cost of compliance is a lost opportunity of personal leadership ? I wonder why compliance is considered a way to reach the mountaintop.

6 Tips to Use Graphics or Images You Find Online

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Hiring a Team – Employee or Independent Contractor?

Women on Business

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What is a Trademark?

Women on Business

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5 Things to Consider Before You Sell Your Business

Women on Business

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Leadership Power: Grabbed or Granted?

Kevin Eikenberry

Building Relationships Influence Leadership Learning compliance power It is hard to deny the connection between leadership and power. Depending on your experience and perspective, one or more likely came to mind when you read those two words together.

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4 Cs to Correctly Classifying Independent Contractors

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Job Applicant Background Check Basics for Employers

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The Trademark Application Process Takes Longer Than You Think [Infographic]

Women on Business

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Why Your Trademark Registration Might Be Useless – Infographic

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Nonprofit Leaders Head Back to School

Dave Bratcher

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Corporate Ethics Can’t Be Reduced to Compliance

Harvard Business Review

At companies across the globe, the layers of compliance mechanisms are growing. However, one of the more unsettling and unintended consequences of a singular focus on ethics-as-compliance is a checkbox mentality that gives the illusion of reducing risk without really doing so.

The Business of Naming Your Business: Early Decisions and Early Mistakes

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Create Commitment – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

Commitment or compliance: WHICH do you want? Tweet it out: True leadership garners commitment, not simply compliance. I am starting this episode with a very important question for leaders. And your answer to that question will make all the difference to which you will actually get.

Compliance Alone Won’t Make Your Company Safe

Harvard Business Review

The dominant response to this state of affairs has been — and still is — to appoint an ever-increasing number of compliance officers. For example, Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan, said that since 2012 his bank hired an additional 13,000 people to work in the area of compliance.

3 Types of Trademark Misuse in Social Media – Beware and Be Informed

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Complimentary Resource – Putting Employee Safety First Can Improve Your Bottom Line

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How to Choose a Strong Name to Trademark for Your Business or Brand

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8 Legal “To-Do’s” for Your Rebranding Campaign

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Entertainment Licencing for Business Events

Women on Business

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Cell Phone Distracted Driving Policy Template to Protect Your Company and Employees

Women on Business

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Voice of Experience: Asahi Pompey (Goldman Sachs)

First Friday Book Synopsis

Here is an excerpt from a profile of Asahi Pompey (Managing Director, Compliance, Investment Banking, Goldman Sachs) written by Melissa J. Bob's blog entries “Know yourself – know your strengths and weaknesses” Be a subject matter expert Careers for Attorneys at Goldman Sachs” Columbia Law School Forging a Career in Compliance Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Private Wealth Management Melissa J.