What is the Entrust Compliance Podcast?
Whether you’re looking to grow as a policy or compliance leader at your organization, a season professional or need advice on how to gain organizational buy-in, the Entrust Compliance Podcast is for you. This is a podcast for compliance professionals to learn from industry experts as they share insight on how to navigate challenges and succeed in compliance.
April 27, 2021
Episode 16: FAQs when looking for policy management software
It can be difficult to know what questions you should be asking when purchasing new software for your policy management.
Over the last five years, Taylor Rapp has assisted hundreds of organizations in the process of purchasing and implementing PowerDMS to manage their policies. We sat down with Taylor to hear the top 5 FAQs that organizations ask to help determine if PowerDMS is the right solution for their organization.
The questions surround topics such as:
- Ease of Use (3:00)
- Access Control (6:30)
- Revision Control (10:00)
- Collaboration (14:12)
- Reportability (16:00)
As a helpful exercise, listen to this week's episode and ask these same questions about your current policy management solution.
Mar 5, 2021
Episode 14: Building Trust in Law Enforcement
With over 30 years of experience, Chief Jeff Hadley from the Chatham County Police Department, breaks down three practical ways an agency can proactively build trust within the community they serve.
Feb 23, 2021
Episode 13: Cross Department Collaboration
In this episode, we chat with three compliance professionals from the City of Henderson. Monica Day from the city’s Fire, Deeann Bill at Police, and Mimi Mehri with the Human Resources department all share how their decision to use one single source of truth for policies has helped streamline communication and collaboration, especially during COVID19.
Feb 9, 2021
Episode 12: Innovative Leadership
With more than 37 years across five parks and recreation departments, Seve Ghose shares his perspective on how to lead with innovation. Due to the circumstances of 2020, parks and recreation departments saw an increase in attendance while having to fight to keep budget. Seve shares the unique ways in which he was able to retain staff, save money, and maintain accreditation for the City of Thornton Parks, Recreation, & Community Programs in Colorado.
Jan 26, 2021
Episode 11: 2020 Compliance Review With Tom Fox
Tom Fox, author of "Lessons Learned on Compliance and Ethics," joins us to discuss compliance and ethics trends from 2020 and the impact these will have in 2021 and beyond. Throughout the episode, Tom poses a thought to compliance and ethics leaders to think about 2020 through the lens of lessons learned. His expertise in this space will guide compliance and ethics leaders to rise to the occasion of addressing issues with thoughtfulness, inclusivity, and equity.
It can be difficult to know what questions you should be asking when purchasing new software for ...
With over 30 years of experience, Chief Jeff Hadley from the Chatham County Police Department, ...
In this episode, we chat with three compliance professionals from the City of Henderson. Monica ...
With more than 37 years across five parks and recreation departments, Seve Ghose shares ...