Compliance: A Rule for Ourselves
Corporate Governance | It’s easy to advise people to comply with law and regulations, as it is now so popular and recommended in any organization or business. CEOs or any Chief Executive and Managers are applying in their industry or business they lead, that employees should apply the Governance Risk Compliance Management.
For sure, it is a must to comply with laws and regulations to lead a business to its goals. It is a must that industry and companies adhere to paying taxes on time. It is now obvious that Directors should lead the company to good governance based on its vision, mission, and values. These all are mitigation towards risks, which is well understood by the board of directors and senior managers.
So, following all these laws and regulations and good conduct, a company is meeting the needs to comply as a successful company. But how should CEOs, CFOs, or any other Chives have to act to comply with their own attitudes? Think of attitude as the mental filter through which you experience the world. Some people see the world through the filter of optimism (the glass being half full) while others see life through a filter of pessimism (the glass being half empty). For instance ;
• A person with a negative attitude thinks “I can’t”.
• A person with a positive attitude thinks “I can”.
• A person with a negative attitude dwells on problems.
• A person with a positive attitude concentrates on solutions.
• A person with a negative attitude focuses on what’s missing.
• A person with a positive attitude focuses on their blessings.
• A person with a negative attitude sees limitations.
• A person with a positive attitude sees possibilities, etc.
Understand this, your attitude is your window to the world. (This paragraph is copied from an article by Jahnvi Mehta, an excellent write-up posted on July 30, 2022, in Medium Daily Digest through the internet)
As a Lead Trainer in Compliance Management, I would recommend my Indonesian colleagues as well as Directors and owners of companies to be thankful to Miss. Jahnvi Mehta for her thoughts, and sure to follow her recommendations: Be Positive in Our Attitudes.
Ludwig Suparmo; Strategic Communication Specialist.