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Let us dive into the world of corporate integrity, ethical leadership, and its success factors.

Without being sensitised, we quickly find ourselves surrounded by different patterns of white-collar crime, non-compliance, and cyber-crime.
Compressed knowledge in easily digestible doses to protect your company, your employees, your customers, and yourself - as a business leader or entrepreneur.

Are you a decision-maker? A game changer towards corporate integrity and ethical leadership?

The podcast The Human Factor - Corporate Integrity Matters is an extract of the three decades of experience earned by Sonja Stirnimann, a certified public accountant with an international Executive MBA in Financial Services and Insurance, a Certified Fraud Examiner, a business mediator, and executive coach.

As a globally active entrepreneur, founder of Structuuland Corporate Integrity Concepts™, independent board member of various organisations and expert in her field, she knows the challenges.

Sonja shares her knowledge because she is convinced that raising awareness is the most effective preventive measure to protect individuals and organisations asset and reputation.

No matter whether we talk about accounting scandals, insider trading, Ponzi schemes, investment fraud, compliance breaches, tax evasion, data theft, extortion, allegations of corruption and bribery, cyber-attacks, or a combination thereof. They all have in common that the successful implementation of the organisation’s strategy, the asset and reputation protection as well as the ability to act in crises is put at risk.

Let yourself be inspired by insights, interviews, and use cases in corporate integrity with its various factors impacting human behaviour.

The Human Factor Sonja Stirnimann

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Let us dive into the world of corporate integrity, ethical leadership, and its success factors.

Without being sensitised, we quickly find ourselves surrounded by different patterns of white-collar crime, non-compliance, and cyber-crime.
Compressed knowledge in easily digestible doses to protect your company, your employees, your customers, and yourself - as a business leader or entrepreneur.

Are you a decision-maker? A game changer towards corporate integrity and ethical leadership?

The podcast The Human Factor - Corporate Integrity Matters is an extract of the three decades of experience earned by Sonja Stirnimann, a certified public accountant with an international Executive MBA in Financial Services and Insurance, a Certified Fraud Examiner, a business mediator, and executive coach.

As a globally active entrepreneur, founder of Structuuland Corporate Integrity Concepts™, independent board member of various organisations and expert in her field, she knows the challenges.

Sonja shares her knowledge because she is convinced that raising awareness is the most effective preventive measure to protect individuals and organisations asset and reputation.

No matter whether we talk about accounting scandals, insider trading, Ponzi schemes, investment fraud, compliance breaches, tax evasion, data theft, extortion, allegations of corruption and bribery, cyber-attacks, or a combination thereof. They all have in common that the successful implementation of the organisation’s strategy, the asset and reputation protection as well as the ability to act in crises is put at risk.

Let yourself be inspired by insights, interviews, and use cases in corporate integrity with its various factors impacting human behaviour.

    063 - Integrity talk with Rupert Evill

    063 - Integrity talk with Rupert Evill

    Today's guest in my integrity talk is Rupert Evill.
    Rupert shares his experience – seeing what works in high-stakes frontline situations – to help organisations better predict, prevent, and respond to risks.
    Rupert is the founder of Ethics Insight and has more than 20 years of experience managing risks across 30 sectors and 50+ countries. He worked in roles focused on investigations, counter-terrorism, intelligence gathering, crisis response, and ethics & compliance advisory support.
    Rupert has a Postgraduate Diploma in Behavioural Analysis and Investigative Interviewing and is a Certified Fraud Examiner.
    Just a few highlights of our conversation with Rupert:
    You need to factoring those three dimensions: your external environment, your internal controls and your culture.The impact of compliance is incredibly difficult to estimate.IMPORTANT LINKS AND MENTIONSThe following episodes might be also of interest for you:
    Episode 008: Common pitfalls for corporates on ethical behaviour
    Episode 042: Improve profitability by preventing fraud and foster ethical culture
    THANK YOU FOR SHARING, SUBSCRIBING AND REVIEWINGThank you for joining me on this episode of THE HUMAN FACTOR – Corporate Integrity Matters 
    If you enjoyed this episode, please share, subscribe and review on Apple Podcasts or Google Play Music so more people can enjoy the upcoming episodes.
    Don’t forget to follow and connect with me on Linkedin, Twitter and Instagram. I am looking forward meeting you there.
    YOU ARE IMPORTANTLet me know what topic you would like to have on spot – via contact@corporateintegrityconcepts.com
    Further information about Corporate Integrity can be found on www.coporateintegrityconcepts.com
    And if you are interested in becoming part of the amazing movement, join us on www.corporateintegrityacademy.com

    • 31 Min.
    062 - Integrity talk with Elena Kovaleva

    062 - Integrity talk with Elena Kovaleva

    Today's guest in my integrity talk is Elena Kovaleva.
    Get insights how compliance supports companies doing business in the legal way and how she challenges corporate compliance standards and silos, and believes compliance should be simple and logical.
    Elena Kovaleva is a global certified compliance expert with 15+ experience in compliance in large international companies, such as GE, Microsoft, ERG, working in regional and HQ levels, supporting board's compliance committees and stablishing compliance programs from the start. 
    Just a few highlights of our conversation with Elena Kovaleva
    That is what compliance is supposed to do. Supposed to establish rules, which would not harm the business but would allow the business to work in the legal way.Compliance helps to drive integrity in the organisation and supports fairness.Compliance is a value proposition.IMPORTANT LINKS AND MENTIONSThe following episodes might be also of interest for you:
    Episode 003: Is compliance in crises needed?
    Episode 008: Common pitfalls for corporates on ethical behaviour
    Episode 054: How a diverse Board impacts Corporate Integrity
    THANK YOU FOR SHARING, SUBSCRIBING AND REVIEWINGThank you for joining me on this episode of THE HUMAN FACTOR – Corporate Integrity Matters.
    If you enjoyed this episode, please share, subscribe and review on Apple Podcasts or Google Play Music so more people can enjoy the upcoming episodes.
    Don’t forget to follow and connect with me on Linkedin, Twitter and Instagram. I am looking forward meeting you there.
    YOU ARE IMPORTANTLet me know what topic you would like to have on spot – via contact@corporateintegrityconcepts.com
    Further information about Corporate Integrity can be found on www.coporateintegrityconcepts.com
    And if you are interested in becoming part of the amazingmovement, join us on www.corporateintegrityacademy.com

    • 29 Min.
    061 - Integrity talk with Andrew Samuels

    061 - Integrity talk with Andrew Samuels

    Today's guest in my integrity talk is Andrew Samuels.
    Get insights why investing in whistle blowing programs can have very large return on investment and how the international standard for whistleblowing management systems has been developed.
    Andrew Samuels is the founder and CEO of WislPort and is widely recognised as a thought leader in whistleblowing operations.
    Prior to founding WislPort, Andrew has over 20 years of experience delivering complex programmes in the Financial Services, Telecoms and Media Sectors in the UK, North America and AsiaPac, with the last decade specialising in regulatory and compliance programmes including whistleblowing, anti-money laundering and financial crime.
    Just a few highlights of our conversation with Andrew Samuels
    If people are comfortable speaking up, then you know you've got a good organization.Investing in a whistle blowing program is actually going to have much smaller startup cost that can potentially have very large return on investments. An average fraud is discovered six months earlier, if it's discovered via a whistle blowing channel.Whistleblowing is such a fantastic tool for preventionIMPORTANT LINKS AND MENTIONSThe following episodes might be also of interest for you:
    Episode 35: Why fraud awareness is crucial for the profit margin
    Episode 42: Improve profitability by preventing fraud and foster ethical culture
    THANK YOU FOR SHARING, SUBSCRIBING AND REVIEWINGThank you for joining me on this episode of THE HUMAN FACTOR – Corporate Integrity Matters.
    If you enjoyed this episode, please share, subscribe and review on Apple Podcasts or Google Play Music so more people can enjoy the upcoming episodes. Don’t forget to follow and connect with me on Linkedin, Twitter and Instagram. I am looking forward meeting you there.
    YOU ARE IMPORTANTLet me know what topic you would like to have on spot – via contact@corporateintegrityconcepts.com
    Further information about Corporate Integrity can be found on www.coporateintegrityconcepts.com
    And if you are interested in becoming part of the amazing movement, join us on www.corporateintegrityacademy.com

    • 22 Min.
    060 - Integrity talk with Mohamed Saad

    060 - Integrity talk with Mohamed Saad

    Today's guest in my integrity talk is Mohamed Saad.
    Get insights when we talk about what role corporate integrity plays in his current function as the Deputy CEO at the Casablanca Stock Exchange or what typical situations are when the topic lands on his desk when it comes to corporate integrity.
    Mohamed is an IT and Digital Expert since 1991 and has 32 years of experience in Industry and Finance Sectors.
    He is the Past-President of Moroccan IT & Digital Association.
    Mohammed graduated from INSEA, holds an MBA and 7 international certifications in IT / Audit / Governance. And next to all he does in his roles, Mohamed is the author of several articles on IT Governance, IT risks, IT ROI, IT standards and benchmarks and a visiting Professor with national and International Universities.
    Just a few highlights of our conversation with Mohamed
    Cybersecurity is a big risk for humanity.  The foundation of corporate integrity is personal integrity. IMPORTANT LINKS AND MENTIONSThe following episodes might be also of interest for you:
    Episode 16: Check your security in the cyber territory
    Episode 29: Internal Audits’ impact in Cyber Security
    Episode 31: The myth of «Code of Conduct» in the cyber territory
    THANK YOU FOR SHARING, SUBSCRIBING AND REVIEWINGThank you for joining me on this episode of THE HUMAN FACTOR – Corporate Integrity Matters.
    If you enjoyed this episode, please share, subscribe and review on Apple Podcasts or Google Play Music so more people can enjoy the upcoming episodes.
    Don’t forget to follow and connect with me on Linkedin, Twitter and Instagram. I am looking forward meeting you there.
    YOU ARE IMPORTANTLet me know what topic you would like to have on spot – via contact@corporateintegrityconcepts.com
    Further information about Corporate Integrity can be found on www.coporateintegrityconcepts.com
    And if you are interested in becoming part of the amazing movement, join us on www.corporateintegrityacademy.com

    • 26 Min.
    059 - Cyber Resilience at Board level

    059 - Cyber Resilience at Board level

    WHATThe last two years when the world was in the pandemic mode the vulnerabilities in the cyber territory became more obvious than ever before.
    Often, the overconfidence of the boards and their management teams when it comes to the resistance and resilience of their cyber security put the organisations at risk. In this episode you will learn to understand the root cause.
    Have a deep understanding of the organisations resistance and resilience is one of the key responsibilities we as board and management have.
    Learn with four starting questions how to understand the actual situation and to come up with follow up questions as well as potential measurements required.
    IMPORTANT LINKS AND MENTIONSThe following episodes might also be of interest for you:
    Episode 16: Check your security in the cyber territory
    Episode 20: How to prepare for incidents? Secure actionability!
    Episode 24: How to strengthen the board for directors’ and managements’ actionability
    THANK YOU FOR SHARING, SUBSCRIBING AND REVIEWING Thank you for joining me on this episode of THE HUMAN FACTOR – Corporate Integrity Matters.
    If you enjoyed this episode, please share, subscribe and review on Apple Podcasts or Google Play Music so more people can enjoy the upcoming episodes.
    Don’t forget to follow and connect with me on Linkedin, Twitter and Instagram. I am looking forward meeting you there.
    YOU ARE IMPORTANTLet me know what topic you would like to have on spot – via contact@corporateintegrityconcepts.com
    Further information about Corporate Integrity can be found on www.coporateintegrityconcepts.com
    And if you are interested in becoming part of the amazing movement, join us on www.corporateintegrityacademy.com

    • 13 Min.
    058 - Integrity talk with Marlene Uetz

    058 - Integrity talk with Marlene Uetz

    Today's guest in my integrity talk is Marlene Uetz.  She is a Swiss-born multi-lingual global entrepreneur, executive coach and board member.
    She has lived, worked, and studied in Europe, Asia, USA, and Latin America. Marlene Co-founded one of the world’s first Gobal Coaching Boutique in Geneva over 30 years ago – I J. Martin & Co. Limited and she is the Managing Director of the Singapore company for more than ten years now.
    She is passionate about promoting principles-based governance and developing visionary and ethical global business leaders.”
    Get insights when we talk about Marlenes’ experience when it comes to corporate integrity in her field of expertise with global countries.
    Just a few highlights of our conversation with Marlene
    I strongly believe that governance is a mindset and it's not just about obeying rules.Stick to your values and ask yourself, what would my mother say if this was in the media.Western legally based definitions of integrity may clash with cultural  traditions of group and family loyalty. Diversity is a disruption to corruption.THANK YOU FOR SHARING, SUBSCRIBING AND REVIEWINGThank you for joining me on this episode of THE HUMAN FACTOR – Corporate Integrity Matters
    If you enjoyed this episode, please share, subscribe and review on Apple Podcasts or Google Play Music so more people can enjoy the upcoming episodes.
    Don’t forget to follow and connect with me on Linkedin, Twitter and Instagram. I am looking forward meeting you there.
    IMPORTANT LINKS AND MENTIONSThe following episodes might be also of interest for you:
    Episode 54: How a diverse Board impacts Corporate Integrity
    Episode 21: The type of characteristics not needed at C-Level
    YOU ARE IMPORTANTLet me know what topic you would like to have on spot – via contact@corporateintegrityconcepts.com
    Further information about Corporate Integrity can be found on www.coporateintegrityconcepts.com 
    And if you are interested in becoming part of the amazing movement, join us on www.corporateintegrityacademy.com

    • 29 Min.

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