Maurice Gilbert discusses the changes that he has seen in the skills that companies look for in a Chief Compliance Officer. Years ago, the CCO was not seen as a facilitator or help to the business. Rather, the CCO was viewed as an obstructionist role to tell the business “no.”
Today, the CCO role is more of a business partnership role, educator, and facilitator. The skills that companies look for now support a collaborative role. Companies are asking candidates for CCO about how they collaborate and lead. They are not just focusing on the candidates’ knowledge of regulatory subjects.
Maurice Gilbert is Managing Partner of Conselium Executive Search. Maurice brings deep expertise to the compliance conversation. He enables best in class hiring solutions for companies in need of compliance officers. The ease with which he delivers value, as well as his access to the best available talent around the globe, is unmatched.
As the publisher of Corporate Compliance Insights, Maurice manages a growing community of informed compliance and ethics professionals. He provides a forum through which compliance and ethics professionals can share best practices, hiring trends, and forecasts.
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