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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.

Innovation in Compliance with Tom Fox Thomas Fox

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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.

    Staci Wright on Compassionate Workplace Solutions: The Heart Profit Movement

    Staci Wright on Compassionate Workplace Solutions: The Heart Profit Movement

    Innovation comes in many forms, and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it. Today, I visited Staci Wright, a leader in the heart-profit movement.
    Staci Wright is a seasoned entrepreneur with a diverse portfolio of six successful businesses, ranging from service-based to product-based ventures, established over the past two decades. Her perspective on the “heart profit movement” is rooted in her belief in the power of compassion, care, and connection in the workplace to not only enhance productivity but also address important societal issues.
    This perspective is born from her experience leading “IP2Market,” a company that merges manufacturing patented products with a focus on building brands that prioritize employees’ welfare.
    As the founder of the Heart Profit movement, Staci has implemented initiatives like onsite childcare, meals, and mental health coaching in her workplaces, embodying her view that a supportive environment allows employees to flourish rather than merely survive. This approach to business, she believes, fosters a more compassionate era where profit does not come at the expense of employee care.
    Key Highlights:

    Footrest-Inspired Self-Care Products for Bath Time

    Compassionate Workplace Culture Initiative

    Employee Wellbeing Initiatives in Manufacturing

    Cultivating Compassionate Work Environments for Success

    Compassionate Workplace Solutions: Profit with Heart


    Resources
    Staci Wright on LinkedIn 
    Heart Profit
    Tom Fox
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 24 min
    Susan K. Younger: Relationship Architect

    Susan K. Younger: Relationship Architect

    Innovation comes in many forms, and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it.
    Today, Tom Fox visited Susan K. Younger, a self-styled ‘relationship architect. Find out how her strategies will help you to drive your corporate culture.
    Susan K. Younger, an expert with a diverse background in architecture and massage therapy, has carved a unique path in her career by integrating practices from both fields. She views transformative leadership as a dynamic process to adapt and evolve in accordance with changing times. Her perspective is influenced by her unique professional journey, from retail architecture to a holistic approach to body structures and environmental spaces.
    Susan believes in the importance of openness to new ideas and perspectives, considering different viewpoints, and willingness to modify processes for better outcomes. For her, the essence of transformative leadership lies in staying curious and receptive, thereby driving positive change within organizations.
    Key Highlights:

    What is a relationship architect?

    Interpersonal Structure Builder

    Cultural Values in Multinational Transformative Leadership

    Proactive Contributors Fostering Positive Work Culture

    Understanding Value Perspectives for Compliance Engagement

    Enhancing Workplace Collaboration Through Generational Values


    Resources:
    Susan K. Younger on LinkedIn 
    Susan K. Younger website
    Tom Fox
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 28 min
    Glenn Andrew on Allstar Leadership

    Glenn Andrew on Allstar Leadership

    Innovation comes in many forms, and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it.
    Today, Tom Fox visited Glenn Andrew on his initiative, Allstar Leadership.
    Glenn Andrew is an accomplished professional with an extensive background in ocean engineering and business leadership, marked by his initial experience in submarine building and subsequent progression into leadership roles.
    Andrew subscribes to the belief that self-leadership is a fundamental process that individuals must master before they can effectively lead others. He views self-leadership as a continuous journey, not a final destination, emphasizing the development of skills such as managing overwhelm, clarifying goals, and honing emotional intelligence.
    His views are influenced by his professional experiences and his personal transformation, including the recent achievement of losing 53 pounds, a testament to his conviction in the role of physical health in effective self-leadership.
    He underscores the importance of continuous learning, effective communication, vision-sharing, and a focus on long-term impact in both personal and professional spheres as the cornerstones of successful leadership.
    Key Highlights:

    Enhancing Leadership Through Self-Management Journey

    Physical Well-being for Effective Leadership

    Leadership Impact through Lifelong Learning Journeys

    Biological-Based Communication Style Assessment Tool


    Resources:
    Glenn Andrew on LinkedIn 
    Allstar Leadership

    Tom Fox
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 21 min
    Matt DeLauro on Enhanced Efforts Against Financial Crimes

    Matt DeLauro on Enhanced Efforts Against Financial Crimes

    Innovation takes many forms, and compliance professionals must be ready for and embrace it.
    Today, Tom Fox visited with Matt DeLauro, SEON’s Chief Revenue Officer. Matt discussed the SEON software solution for fraud risk and anti-money laundering.
    Matt DeLauro is a financial industry veteran with over two decades of experience specializing in developing and implementing software solutions for various financial entities. With a focus on financial services and fintech, he currently serves as the chief revenue officer at SEON, a company dedicated to fraud prevention and anti-money laundering (AML) technology.
    DeLauro’s perspective on AML regulations stems from his deep understanding of the fraud community’s interconnected nature and the increasing importance of AML measures due to factors like international conflicts and national security threats.
    He emphasizes the need for real-time detection services and robust compliance controls in the face of evolving threats, highlighting the impact of sanctions and sanctioned individuals on the need for enhanced compliance.
    Ultimately, DeLauro views AML as a critical tool in combating financial crimes and preserving the integrity of the global financial system.
    Key Highlights:

    Enhanced Efforts Against Financial Crimes

    Real-time Fraud Detection in Financial Services

    Automating SAR Generation with Machine Learning

    Real-time Fraud Detection through Device Fingerprinting

    Sub secondary Detection of Fraudulent Transactions in Real-Time

    Resources:
    Matt DeLauro on LinkedIn 
    SEON
    Tom Fox
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 25 min
    America’s Story at 250 with America’s Storyteller, Jeff Gould

    America’s Story at 250 with America’s Storyteller, Jeff Gould

    Innovation comes in many forms, and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it. Today, I visited with Jeff Gould, who is America’s storyteller, on his upcoming project for America’s semi-quincentennial birthday celebration in 2026, America’s Story 250.
    Jeff Gould is lauded as America's storyteller. He is honing the story of America at 250 in 2026 through his project, America at 250. Gould's perspective on American history is one of profound reverence and recognition for the country's narrative, viewing it as a remarkable tale among governmental histories.
    His perspective is heavily influenced by the opportunities he sees for individuals to combat injustice and foster a fairer system, a theme ingrained in his work with America 250. He places substantial emphasis on acknowledging the flaws and mistakes of historical figures yet, concurrently, underscores the potential that the country and its people hold for growth and progress. Through this lens, Gould sees American history as a symbol of hope and freedom, and thus, he constantly challenges individuals to uphold and perpetuate these values for future generations.
    Key Highlights:

    Celebrating America's 250-year Journey

    Reviving American Heritage Through America’s Story

    Democratic Ideals: From Tyranny to Resilience

    Founding Fathers' Longevity in Constitutional Design

    Leaders who have shaped American identity throughout history

    Resources:
    Jeff Gould on LinkedIn 
    I Like That Story
    America’s Story 250
    Tom Fox
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 26 min
    Onno Koelman on Mastering The Art of Effective Leadership

    Onno Koelman on Mastering The Art of Effective Leadership

    Innovation comes in many forms, and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it. Today, I visited Onno Koelman to talk about leader development up and down the organization as well as through a multi-generational workforce.
    Onno Koelman is a seasoned professional with a robust background in leadership development and training and the founder of Dynamic Leader Development. Koelman’s perspective on leadership development and training is centered on dynamic growth and adaptation, emphasizing the importance of vertical development. His experiences working closely with organizations, including collaborating with key leaders such as a Chief Technology Officer, have shaped his belief that leadership training should go beyond traditional methods and instead focus on developing a more sophisticated way of filtering the world and being less reactive. He also highlights the importance of clarity, a supportive climate, and the right competence within teams to build high-performing teams. Furthermore, Koelman acknowledges the complexity of leading multigenerational teams and suggests that leaders should understand and cater to the different motivations and responses of team members from different generations.
    Key Highlights:

    Vertical Growth in Adaptive Leadership Development

    Transitioning to Management: Developing Coaching Skills

    Balancing Task-Oriented and Relationship-Based Leadership Model

    Fostering Clarity, Support, and Competence in Teams

    Influential Shadow: Understanding Leaders’ Impact


    Resources:
    Onno Koelman on LinkedIn 
    Dynamic Leader Development 
    Tom Fox
    Instagram
    Facebook
    YouTube
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    • 25 min

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