Worried About What You Don’t Know? A Curriculum for Becoming a Better CCO

Worried About What You Don’t Know? A Curriculum for Becoming a Better CCO

  • You’ve experienced Compliance 101: What’s next?
  • Keeping current with changing regulations, business changes, new risks
  • Nuggets from Compliance Outreach programs and conferences
  • What are the issues? Methods of analysis to identify strengths and weaknesses
  • Techniques for managing work flow and time management to tackle weaknesses
  • Prioritizing and Planning: leveraging resources and experts to get you there

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