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  1. Help you understand the issues required for better corporate controls implementation.
  2. Improve your implementation of your corporate policies and procedures.
  3. Assess your workplace wellness.

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This product (How to Implement Corporate Policies Better) is a 23-page PDF document, which you can download immediately upon purchase.

This document describes:

(1) How to implement corporate policies, procedures and other management controls better (your hard controls) by using and improving the aspects of soft controls (such as tone at the top, understanding of the organization by the board, culture, etc.,) that motivate and engage your people more efficiently and effectively;

(2) How to improve the aspects of your soft controls by the use of a set of improvement tools, methods and techniques, such as: Dialogue, Fairness, Moral business conduct, Accountability, Honesty, Fairness, Authority Assignment, Encouragement, Involvement, Monitoring, Envisioning, Delegation, Passion, Staff training, Calmness, Motivation, Reinforcement, Discipline, Fairness, Needs Satisfaction, Goal Setting, Job Packaging, Performance Rewards, Appreciation, Review, Communication, etc.; and

(3) How to evaluate the Corporate Wellness of your company, in terms of these identified soft control issues (such as tone at the Top, understanding of the organization by the board, etc.) by the use of 18 audit questionnaires with over 90 questions, in terms of these identified soft control issues (such as tone at the Top, understanding of the organization by the board, etc.).

This guide emphasizes the critical role of soft controls in the successful implementation of hard controls. It delves into the importance of understanding the organization by the board and the necessity of fostering a culture of integrity. The PDF provides actionable steps to improve these soft controls, such as adopting ethical behavior models and ensuring board members are well-versed in the organization's intricacies.

The document also highlights the significance of employee motivation and the impact of corporate attitude on policy implementation. It offers practical advice on promoting positive reinforcement, fair treatment, and effective communication within the organization. By addressing these human factors, the guide aims to enhance overall corporate wellness and operational efficiency.

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John Kyriazoglou obtained a certificate in computer programming and data processing from a technical college, in Hamilton, Canada, a (Hon. ) in Computer Science and with a minor in Economics from the University of Toronto, Canada, also earning a Scholastic award for Academic Excellence in Computer Science. John has worked in Canada, Europe (England, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Greece, etc. [read more]

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