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The three best ways to avoid a risk-tolerant culture

Solomon Carter (solomon@allpowermissions.com) is a compliance professional and corporate trainer specializing in curricula development and an executive at All Power In His Hands Christian Mission in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Policies and procedures are the single greatest doorway to legal liability and risk for an organization. And within that, every single thing you’re taught, formally or informally, is in fact a policy the second someone does it. And quite frankly, even if they don’t.

The first way to mitigate a risk-tolerant culture is to apply a three-pronged litmus test to your policies and procedures. Each of the three prongs, though dynamic in their own right, when brought together collectively, will offer your organization the kind of synergy that provides the risk insulation needed for ethics, compliance, and performance excellence.

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