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How to support change leaders as a risk and control professional

We know the world will not be the same after COVID. 

Not for us as individuals and not for the companies we work for.

The vast majority of business are being forced to change (or to accelerate change processes already kicked off before the crisis).

Change can indeed take many shapes and forms.

For some, change can look like a new strategic direction, for others, it can be a restructuring of internal processes and teams. Or maybe a combination of several types of changes.

Change is inevitable, but it is also challenging to lead and to manage.

So, what are the most common risks of a change process, especially during the current crisis?

How can risk and control professional support change leaders to effectively deliver changes?

In this episode of Internal Control Talks, I interviewed Jim Canterucci, the founder and President of Transition Management Advisors, a boutique advisory which helps CEOs and executives to develop leadership capabilities.

Jim has over 30 years of experience in developing leadership skills to create a championship culture, generate innovation, and successfully lead the resulting changes.

In the interview, Jim dives deep into:

  • Common risks of change processes, especially during COVID,
  • How Risk and Control professionals can support leaders through changes,
  • How to effectively manage communication during the change process,
  • New challenges for change leaders brought by COVID,
  • The challenge of leading changes while employees are emotionally stressed.

Watch the episode NOW – and learn how you can leverage your risk and control skills to support change leaders.

If you want to learn more about Jim Canterucci, visit and

Now, we would love to hear about your experience with change leadership

What are the most common challenges of the change process?

Based on your experience, how can Risk and COntrols professionals support change leaders effectively?

Leave a comment below and let us know.

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