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Irregular Regulators

While regulators demand red tape (see Wage War on Regulator Imposed Red Tape), the business world at best sees it as a necessary evil and at worst as costly handcuffs. One of the comments a colleague made on that blog was…See More
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Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Wage War on Regulator-Imposed Red Tape

Regulators love red tape. They may not admit it, but they love it because it allows them to provide evidence that they are effective regulators.Have a think about what is driving regulators and the response by industry (and check out the industry dynamics figure below). The regulator wants you to deliver on your promises and therefore have happy customers. Otherwise the…See More
Nov 5
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Wage War on Self-Imposed Red Tape

In a 2014 Deloitte Access Economics report on red tape they reported:"…self-imposed rules cost $21 billion a year to administer, and generate a stunning $134 billion a year in compliance costs. When…See More
Oct 31
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Actually, It’s all about them

Two weeks ago I blogged that influencing is not about you, it’s about them. And last weekI gave another…See More
Oct 23
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Actually, It’s not about you; two

Nope! It’s not bad grammar. Last week I wrote about your message not being about what you want, it's about what they want. This is another blog emphasising the point.I recently received another example of the importance of your message not being about you. This time via a …See More
Oct 17
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RISK AWARENESS WEEK 2019 at https://2019.riskawarenessweek.com/

October 14, 2019 to October 18, 2019
Join me and 30 other amazing speakers at the RISK AWARENESS WEEK 2019 broadcasted online at https://2019.riskawarenessweek.com from 14 to 18 October 2019. I am very happy to share the stage with some of the leading minds in risk management and decision making worldwide.I would encourage you to take the time to join this wonderful initiative to help promote risk management and decision making but more importantly, I encourage…See More
Oct 11
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Actually, It’s not about you

Last week I wrote about Painful vs Persuasive Presentations. In it I listed ten things not to do as a presenter. I was complaining about the quality of presentations at a conference I had been to recently. I stated that the messages themselves…See More
Oct 8
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Painful vs Persuasive Presentations

Surely not in 2019. Surely not.I was at a conference last week and the standard of presentations was appalling. Not what they had to say, it was how they presented using PowerPoint. Eighty percent of them, including ones from the “Big 4” firms were just crap. How about this for a starting “Top Ten” list of what not to do when presenting:Using crap fonts, crap images, crap…See More
Oct 1
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Dealing with Parselmouths

If you are a lover of the Harry Potter series, you will have heard of parseltongue. The language of serpents. A Parselmouth is anyone able to speak parseltongue.If you don’t have a clue what I am talking about, you are reading this and feeling at least a little uncomfortable. Relax, it is all make-believe.However, don’t relax for too long because your influencing skills…See More
Sep 24
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Awareness of Bias

This is the last in a series of blogs about awareness to highlight Risk Awareness Week running online globally in October that I am presenting at. I’ve covered …See More
Sep 17
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Unawareness in the Boardroom

This is the third in a series of blogs about awareness to highlight Risk Awareness Week running online globally in October that I am presenting at. I’ve covered …See More
Sep 10
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Awareness During Disruption

As promised last week this blog is the second in a series of blogs about awareness. Why? Because of the upcoming Risk Awareness Week running online globally in October that I am presenting at. Last week I wrote about …See More
Sep 3
Bryan Whitefield posted an event
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RISK AWARENESS WEEK 2019 at https://2019.riskawarenessweek.com

October 14, 2019 to October 18, 2019
Join me and 30 other amazing speakers at the RISK AWARENESS WEEK 2019 broadcasted online at https://2019.riskawarenessweek.com from 14 to 18 October 2019. I am very happy to share the stage with some of the leading minds in risk management and decision making worldwide.I would encourage you to take the time to join this wonderful initiative to help promote risk management and decision making but more importantly, I encourage…See More
Aug 29
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Awarenessness

Recently I have been blogging about transparency and obfuscation in relation to decision making. For a few weeks I am going to blog about…See More
Aug 27
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Obfuscation of Values

Last week I wrote about transparency of decision making as transparency builds trust. Staff can see how the values of the organisation have been applied.But what if your organisational values are obfuscated? That is, you have not stated them…See More
Aug 20
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post

Transparency or Transparencies

In my blog last week I wrote about unconscious bias and the role of advisers in helping decision makers understand their biases, so they have more clarity in their decision making. However, having clarity of one’s own decision making is not…See More
Aug 13

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Bryan has helped thousands of leaders to achieve their goals over a career spanning 30 years in engineering, insurance and management consulting. His passion is for making the difficult and complex become doable.

He has worked with organisations across just about every sector of the economy, all levels of government, not-for-profits large and small and a range of rising star SMEs.

Bryan is like a translator. He is comfortable in complex and challenging environments as he knows how to find pathways to a simpler world with eminently achievable goals.

Bryan’s mantra is for leaders to do the “hard-smart work” others won’t. To do the research, analysis, risk assessment and creative thinking that others only do half-heartedly. Hard-smart work is what sets successful organisations and leaders apart from the pack.

Whether speaking from the stage, authoring books, coaching executives or facilitating workshops, Bryan’s ultimate goal is to help organisations live in a world with clarity of decision making. A clarity that energises executive teams, empowers managers and excites their staff.

Amongst many volunteer roles Bryan held the position of President and Chairman of the Board of the Risk Management Institution of Australasia (RMIA) from 2012 to 2015.

Bryan published DECIDE: How to Manage the Risk in Your Decision Making in November 2015.

Each week I post a Blog about Risk, Strategy and/or Persuasion. I keep my Blogs light-hearted, short and sharp. They cover a range of topics from how to create value from risk programs and executing strategy through to how to persuade people to buy-in to your crazy new ideas.
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Bryan Whitefield's Blog

Irregular Regulators

Posted on November 12, 2019 at 12:00am 0 Comments

While regulators demand red tape (see Wage War on Regulator Imposed Red Tape), the business world at best sees it as a necessary evil and at worst as costly handcuffs. One of the comments a colleague made on…

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Wage War on Regulator-Imposed Red Tape

Posted on November 5, 2019 at 12:00am 0 Comments

Regulators love red tape. They may not admit it, but they love it because it allows them to provide evidence that they are effective regulators.

Have a think about what is driving regulators and the response by industry (and check out the industry dynamics figure below). The regulator wants you to deliver on your promises and therefore have happy…

Continue

Wage War on Self-Imposed Red Tape

Posted on October 31, 2019 at 2:51am 0 Comments

In a 2014 Deloitte Access Economics report on red tape they reported:

"…self-imposed rules cost $21 billion a year to administer, and generate a stunning $134 billion a year…

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Actually, It’s all about them

Posted on October 23, 2019 at 2:00am 0 Comments

Two weeks ago I blogged that influencing is not about you, it’s about them. And last weekI gave…

Continue

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