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Innovation in compliance brings you interviews with industry leading experts who are changing the way practitioners approach compliance. Host Tom Fox, the Compliance Evangelist and Voice of Compliance is driving the conversation about compliance into the 2020s and beyond with his focus on innovations for the compliance practitioner and the compliance profession. If you want to learn how to bring business solutions to compliance problems to more fully operationalize compliance, this is the podcast for you.

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Innovation in compliance brings you interviews with industry leading experts who are changing the way practitioners approach compliance. Host Tom Fox, the Compliance Evangelist and Voice of Compliance is driving the conversation about compliance into the 2020s and beyond with his focus on innovations for the compliance practitioner and the compliance profession. If you want to learn how to bring business solutions to compliance problems to more fully operationalize compliance, this is the podcast for you.

    From Martial Arts to Business Success: Ernesto Gerardo’s Journey

    From Martial Arts to Business Success: Ernesto Gerardo’s Journey

    Innovation comes in many forms, and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it. Today, I visited Ernesto Gerardo, a serial entrepreneur who is helping veterans with finance and housing.
    Ernesto Gerardo is a seasoned professional with a diverse background in martial arts, business, and coaching. His perspective on his journey from martial arts to real estate investment and veteran coaching is shaped by his unique career trajectory, starting as a martial artist and gym owner, transitioning into the business world, and now running multiple successful ventures. Ernesto leverages his expertise in real estate investment and entrepreneurship to coach and educate clients, including veterans and aspiring entrepreneurs. He is passionate about empowering veterans through his Military Millionaires program, providing resources and support in areas such as real estate investment, financial planning, mental health services, and job placement.
    Join Tom Fox and Ernesto Gerardo on this episode of the Innovation in Compliance podcast to learn more about Ernesto’s journey and his insights on real estate investment and veteran coaching.
    Key Highlights:

    From Martial Arts to Business Success

    Leveraging Personality Traits for Real Estate Success

    Optimizing Veteran Benefits for Financial Success

    Empowering Veterans to Build Wealth and Stability


    Resources:
    Ernesto Gerardo on LinkedIn
    The Military Millionaires
    Tom Fox
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 21 Min.
    Jay Rosen on Navigating Ethics and Compliance Challenges Through Self - Monitoring

    Jay Rosen on Navigating Ethics and Compliance Challenges Through Self - Monitoring

    Innovation comes in many forms, and compliance professionals must be ready for and embrace it. Today, I visited with well-known compliance professional Jay Rosen to discuss how companies can improve their compliance programs through self-monitoring.
    Jay Rosen is a seasoned professional with a background in investment banking and a keen interest in ethics and compliance programs. Rosen’s in-depth analysis of FCPA enforcement actions over the past ten years shaped his perspective on ethics and compliance programs. He believes companies should consider their internal setup before hiring a third party for assistance. He suggests that while an outside perspective can sometimes lead to a deeper investigation, a mature ethics and compliance program with sufficient in-house resources can also be effective. Rosen emphasizes the importance of objectivity in these programs and proposes a compromise of working with a fractional monitor if the company lacks the necessary headcount. He sees the increasing use of data analytics and self-reporting as key factors in improving ethics and compliance efforts within organizations.
    Resources:
    Jay Rosen on LinkedIn | Twitter
    Tom Fox
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 8 Min.
    Jeff Grant on The 400th Meeting of The White Collar Support Group

    Jeff Grant on The 400th Meeting of The White Collar Support Group

    Innovation comes in many areas and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it. Today, I visited Jeff Grant, a compassionate leader and the founder of a white collar support group, a platform dedicated to assisting individuals prosecuted for white collar crimes and their families.
    Jeff’s perspective on the importance of such support groups is shaped by his extensive experience going through the full white collar criminal experience, including jail, disbarment, release, and recovery. He has organized over 400 meetings, creating a safe space for individuals to share their experiences and challenges. Jeff views these groups as a vital resource, filling a significant gap in the criminal justice system by providing knowledge, empathy, and compassion to those who have been isolated and stigmatized. His advocacy for the rights and leniency of individuals prosecuted for white collar crimes is driven by his desire to bring their complex human tragedies to light and promote noncustodial sentences for low-level and nonviolent crimes. Through his work, Jeff continues to expand the impact of these support groups, viewing them as a lifeline for those navigating the challenges of white collar crimes.
    Key Highlights:

    The 400th Meeting

    Supporting Families of White Collar Criminals

    Transforming Lives Through Spiritual Guidance

    Supporting White Collar Crime Victims and Advocacy

    Resources:
    Jeff Grant on LinkedIn | Twitter
    Grant Law
    Prisonist.org
    Tom Fox
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 18 Min.
    Dr. Karen Jacobson on Uncovering The Impact of Behavior

    Dr. Karen Jacobson on Uncovering The Impact of Behavior

    Innovation comes in many forms, and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it. Today, I visited Dr. Karen Jacobson, a renowned expert in organizational leadership and communication.
    Dr. Jacobson brings a unique perspective to her work, shaped by her diverse experiences ranging from serving in the military in Israel to running chiropractic offices in New York and Arizona. Dr. Jacobson’s holistic approach to organizational leadership and communication is rooted in her belief that work positioning, repetitive movements, and physical challenges are all interconnected and can impact the overall functioning of an organization. Drawing from her experiences in war, military, healthcare, and even competitive amateur ballroom dancing, she emphasizes the importance of core human connection skills such as conflict reduction, effective communication, and motivation. Her background as a chiropractor also gives her insights into understanding people and their behavior, including habits that affect posture and confidence. Join Tom Fox and Dr. Karen Jacobson on this episode of Innovation in Compliance.
    Key Highlights:

    Understanding behavioral styles is crucial for effective communication in the workplace.

    Adapting communication for different generations and cultural differences is essential for effective workplace communication.

    Effective leadership outside the United States requires understanding and respecting different cultures and customs.

    Understanding personal strengths and leading with them can lead to more effective leadership.


    Resources:
    Karen Jacobson
    Website
    LinkedIn
    Facebook
    Twitter
    YouTube
    Instagram

    Tom Fox
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 29 Min.
    Building Trust: Overcoming Challenges as an Outsider

    Building Trust: Overcoming Challenges as an Outsider

    Innovation comes in many forms, and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it. One of those areas is telehealth and telemedicine. My guest in this episode is Steve Vincze, founder of Trestle Compliance.
    Steve Vincze is a seasoned professional with a rich background as an in-house corporate commercial compliance lawyer, specializing in building trust and implementing compliance programs in businesses. His perspective on the subject is rooted in the belief that developing a human connection is key to building trust and implementing successful compliance programs. Drawing from his experience, including being recruited by Tap Pharmaceuticals to implement their first compliance program, he emphasizes the importance of modeling the behavior he wants from others and creating an environment where people feel comfortable sharing. He views compliance programs as tools to empower individuals rather than restrict them, and he strives to change the perception of compliance by demonstrating that it can be a tool for confidence and success. Join Tom Fox and Steve Vincze on this episode of the Innovation in Compliance podcast to learn more about his unique approach.

    Key Highlights:

    Establishing Trust through Human Connection

    Experienced Professionals Providing Comprehensive Consulting Solutions

    Expert Compliance Program Implementation Services

    The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Data Security


     Resources:
    Steve Vincze on LinkedIn
    Trestle Compliance
     Tom
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 23 Min.
    Revolutionizing Regulatory Intelligence with Technology

    Revolutionizing Regulatory Intelligence with Technology

    Innovation comes in many forms, and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it. One of those areas is telehealth and telemedicine. My guest in this episode is Caroline Shleifer, founder and CEO of RegAsk. Caroline Shleifer is a seasoned professional with a rich background in healthcare, law, and regulatory affairs, boasting a PharmD PhD and a health law degree. Her perspective on "emerging technologies enhancing regulatory intelligence and compliance" is shaped by her extensive experience in the EU, US, and Asia and her role as the founder of RegAsk, a company that leverages technology to address compliance challenges. She believes that technologies such as AI, machine learning, blockchain, and data analytics are revolutionizing regulatory monitoring, enabling faster and more accurate interpretation of regulatory information, and fostering a more proactive approach to compliance. Her goal with RegAsk is to digitize and streamline the regulatory intelligence process, reducing the risk of non-compliance and fostering innovation. Join Tom Fox and Caroline Shleifer as they delve deeper into this topic on this episode of Innovation in Compliance.

    Key Highlights:
    • Proactive Compliance through Regulatory Intelligence Automation
    • Streamlining Regulatory Compliance with AI
    • Leveraging Data Analytics for Proactive Compliance
    • Revolutionizing Compliance with Emerging Technologies
    Resources:
    Caroline Shleifer on LinkedIn
    RegAsk
    Tom Fox
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 23 Min.

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