Lisa Fine - Do Something That Scares You
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Welcome to the Great Women in Compliance Podcast, co-hosted by Lisa Fine and Mary Shirley.
Eleanor Roosevelt (at least it is attributed to her) said "do something that scares you every day." There have been a lot of scary things over the past few years, but the idea of leaving your comfort zone is an important one. Last November, Lisa told Nick Gallo on the Ethics Experts podcast, that she fears doing solo episodes, and made a vow to herself that she would do that once a year. It's August, and here is that episode.
Lisa talks about a few topics. One thing that is top of mind is what makes a great E&C leader and manager, and she goes through the things that are important to her and what she has learned from her managers and organization leaders. Not surprisingly, being loyal, listening, and empowering team members to try new ideas are just a few of the qualities of note.
Lisa had also said that she would follow along with Matt Kelly's lead and try to speak with the Blenderbot AI tool about ethics and compliance. The discussion started with why pizza dough was important and had some highlights including that lean manufacturing is a tool to help avoid corrupt behavior, a few references to presidential pardons, and ended with blenderbot saying it also works as an attorney for a large corporation as its alter ego. The discussion highlights the issues of using AI and bots, and shows how it is "learning" from the crowd that uses/takes it over.
Lisa ends with some things on her mind in E&C as we come towards the end of 2022 , and hopes that you enjoy this episode, it makes you think, and that you will reach out with comments and thoughts.
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