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Mike Kearney, Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory

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Adversity is never the end of the story. Authenticity. Determination. Trust. Grit. No matter how experienced you are or what industry you’re in, the basics of great leadership are universal. In this podcast, we’re bringing you the voices of leaders who put these attributes into action.
 
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As a B2B, B2C, and public service leader, Vanessa Allen Sutherland, EVP Government Relations and CLO at Norfolk Southern, knows a thing or two about how organizations can be compliant with laws and also about the nuances of policymaking. She talks with Resilient CLO track co-host Lori Lorenzo about the dual responsibility corporate lawyers have—to …
 
Martha Minow, Harvard Law School professor, former dean, litigator, and board director talks with the Resilient Future of Trust track host Don Fancher about the parallels between trust issues in our society and what we face as professionals. Her take on the future of trust? Building and maintaining trust can only be accomplished with empathy and re…
 
How can leaders build, maintain, and restore trust during times of disruption and uncertainty? In this first episode in the Future of Trust special series, Susan Irving, CMO of Kruger Products joins Jennifer Lee managing partner, Deloitte Growth Platforms, with host Don Fancher, Deloitte Global Forensic leader to discuss the trust journey Kruger an…
 
2020 spotlighted the harsh reality of systemic racism and injustice in the United States. What might it take to make real progress toward racial equity? In this episode, two of the authors of Deloitte’s recent report, The equity imperative, discuss the responsibility and the opportunity that businesses have to help lead the way to a more equitable …
 
How is the role of internal audit changing? Rob King, corporate vice president and chief audit executive at FedEx, sits down with Sandy Pundmann to talk about delivering insights and foresights to stakeholders, innovating with new technologies to deliver assurance and risk assessments, and harnessing data to accelerate both insights and automation.…
 
As consumers grappled with the unprecedented disruption of their lives in 2020, many dramatically changed their behaviors to adapt to the realities of a pandemic-driven new normal. Are these shifts temporary, or will continued uncertainty affect consumer behaviors and sentiments well into the future? In this episode of Resilient, Deloitte consumer …
 
In the midst of crisis, how can nonprofits adapt to help bridge the gaps where government, policy, and social safety nets may be constrained? This episode of Resilient brings together social sector leaders to discuss the pandemic’s impact on the social issues that businesses care so much about. They share insights on how social sector leaders might…
 
How can higher education leaders successfully fulfill their institution’s mission while managing the demands placed on them by the COVID-19 crisis? This episode of Resilient explores the operational disruption facing academic institutions and their direct constituents—as well as the downstream consequences for the communities, businesses, and stake…
 
Over the past several months, Confronting the COVID-19 Crisis Resilient podcast special series has followed organizations, their leaders, and their stakeholders on the journey from response to recovery and cautiously toward thriving. In this compilation episode, we revisit past conversations with many of these guests, reflecting on what makes a res…
 
Hear what it’s like to live, work, and manage through crises—from a leader on the frontlines. In this episode of Resilient, Mike McCabe, an emergency medical services leader, sits down with hosts Mike Kearney and Deloitte US Chief Well-being Officer and host of the WorkWell podcast Jen Fisher to explore the connection between well-being and resilie…
 
Jeff Raz, Stand & Deliver senior director, Clown Conservatory founder, author, and resilient performer sits down with host Mike Kearney. Jeff shares his perspective on resilience, the art of communicating, presenting confidently, and building trust. This interview is chockfull of tips to help leaders up their game in captivating their audiences—whe…
 
What role does privacy play in cybersecurity? Jacki Monson, chief privacy and information security officer at Sutter Health, sits down with cyber series host, Deb Golden, to explore the benefits of adjoining these traditionally siloed functions and how they’re taking a proactive approach to security through privacy-by-design, threat hunting, and ar…
 
How can health care organizations make care more accessible for their patients? Adam Zoller, CISO at Providence St. Joseph Health, sits down with cyber series host, Deb Golden, to discuss how his organization’s Health 2.0 initiative is enabling care from anywhere in the world through flexible and scalable cybersecurity solutions. He also shares how…
 
What are some of the biggest economic and security risks facing the United States—particularly at this time—if critical national infrastructure isn’t properly protected? Guest Bob Kolasky, the Assistant Director of the National Risk Management Center (NRMC) in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agenc…
 
As businesses reopen and work toward recovery, many leaders see an opportunity to strengthen their organizational resilience. How can they build on the lessons learned from crisis to drive greater coordination, strengthen stakeholder trust, and enable long-term success? In this episode of Resilient, we talk with two Deloitte leaders from Asia-Pacif…
 
What do disruption and innovation have in common? How can an organization strengthen internal audit’s relationship with management and sell the value they bring to the table? Why are leading by example and maintaining passion key ingredients for success? Find out in this episode of Resilient, where host Sandy Pundmann sits down with Spotify’s vice …
 
In this episode, host and Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory principal Don Fancher, talks with Alex Dimitrief, partner at legal management consulting firm, Zeughauser Group, and former chief executive officer of GE’s Global Growth Organization, about the evolving role of the chief legal officer (CLO). Alex shares his insights on how legal leads are…
 
Amid pervasive uncertainty, how can business leaders come together to shape a better, more just and sustainable future? This episode features a conversation with two Deloitte leaders, Eamonn Kelly, chief futurist and Office for the Future leader, and Jason Girzadas, managing principal for Businesses, Global, and Strategic Services and member of Del…
 
During this challenging time, how are health care leaders adapting to meet stakeholder needs while promoting resilience across their teams? This episode of Resilient features Kevin Sowers, president of Johns Hopkins Health System, Michael Dowling, president and CEO at Northwell Health, and Deloitte’s chief medical officer, Ken Abrams. They discuss …
 
Cyber incident preparedness in today’s business landscape requires much more than setting up a frontline of defense and securing assets. Lori Havlovitz, CISO at Cardinal Health, sits down with cyber series host, Deb Golden, to share the importance of staying ahead of potential risks and how organizations can be ready for the next crisis.…
 
How might cyberattacks impact the mental health and well-being of cyber professionals? Vanessa Pegueros, chief trust and security officer at OneLogin and board director at Carbon Black, sits down with cyber series host, Deb Golden to discuss the human element of cyber. Hear Vanessa’s insights into how cyber leaders can help better prepare their org…
 
Innovation and technological advancement are critical to keeping businesses competitive, and the COVID-19 crisis has pushed the boundaries of both. As organizations adapt and respond, how can technology ecosystems–networks of technology and services companies that extend an enterprise’s capabilities–help them recover? This episode features four Del…
 
In cybersecurity today, there’s too much IT vs. business, and not enough IT and business. How can the two work better together, especially with high demands on everyone’s time? Teresa Tonthat, assistant vice president of IT & CISO at Texas Children’s Hospital, sits down with cyber series host, Deb Golden, to discuss aligning business needs with IT …
 
Moments of crisis often bring out the best in people, but they can also breed new opportunities for fraud and corruption. As disruption and uncertainty pervade the current business climate, organizations must be particularly vigilant in their efforts to detect and prevent fraud, waste, and abuse. In this episode of the Resilient podcast, Deloitte R…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought risk to the forefront of many leadership agendas. The magnitude of the crisis has revealed both the strengths and areas for improvement in many risk management plans. Chief risk officers (CROs) are playing an essential role in helping their organizations respond to risks and adapt to uncertainty. They are also help…
 
As technology continues to disrupt business processes, organizations are presented with the opportunity to gain—or lose—the trust of customers and stakeholders. Betsy Wille, CISO at Abbott, sits down with cyber series host, Deb Golden, to discuss the growing responsibilities of the CISO and why a consumer-first approach to technology implementation…
 
Reopening offices and work facilities is top of mind for many organizations. But business leaders are faced with a myriad of different guidelines and regulations across states and geographies. How can they guide a viable return to business operations while making workforce safety and well-being top priorities? In this episode of Resilient, we explo…
 
As organizations adjust to a largely remote work environment, virtual meetings are now business as usual. But that doesn’t necessarily mean they are productive. In our latest episode of the Resilient podcast, we discuss the art and science of meetings–and what people can do to design and facilitate effective virtual work sessions.…
 
The complex journey from crisis response to business recovery has already begun for many organizations. The path to the next normal is marked by uncertainty; there is no silver bullet. Embracing a reboot mentality–one open to new ways of thinking and working–may help leaders chart a safer and more productive way forward for workers and workplaces. …
 
Many businesses across the United States are strategizing how to reopen and rebuild in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Chief financial officers (CFOs) are on the front lines of many of these decisions and their potential consequences. As our latest CFO Signals™ survey reveals, CFOs’ perspectives on the global economy are at all-time lows, as is …
 
The current crisis may serve as an opportune time for organizations to divest assets. A business carve-out can create significant value for the seller during challenging financial circumstances. But the process can be complex and time-consuming at a time when leaders need to make critical decisions in rapid timeframes. In this episode, three Deloit…
 
As the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to grow, many business leaders may be trying to understand the magnitude of their organizations’ financial losses. But attempting to quantify incurred loss during an ongoing and evolving crisis is nearly impossible—only after it’s over can the full business impact be determined. What step…
 
The US government continues to execute on its multi-phased plan for providing economic relief to the many individuals and organizations impacted by COVID-19. Its most recent legislation (phase 3.5), earmarks an additional $484B for the Paycheck Protection Program, hospitals, and COVID-19 testing. In this episode, three Deloitte leaders share insigh…
 
We are so pumped to be airing the Season 1 Finale of the Perth Small Business Show. A massive 24 Episodes have taught us so much and this one is no exception. The Queen of Social Media tells us how COVID-19 has impacted her own business as well as the businesses of her Social Club Members. As always, Brooke provides practical tips that you can acti…
 
The economy continues to experience the adverse effects of the coronavirus pandemic. As business leaders try to monitor the evolving downturn, what economic indicators and historical comparisons can they draw on for insight? And how can they apply that information to help respond to near-term pressure points and plan for the uncertainties in the lo…
 
In this raw episode we discuss how COVID-19 has impacted our lives. As two Dad's, employees and small business owners, we discuss the impacts this is having on our families, our businesses, our work place and the wider community. It is important for us to share how we are feeling about everything right now. We hope that this episode opens a dialogu…
 
For years, many companies have used scenario planning as a tool to help understand what the future might bring and a framework for how business leaders could plan and prepare. In the current environment, this type of planning is particularly challenging since the short-term unknowns are in some ways greater than the longer-term uncertainty. In this…
 
In this epic second part of our interview with Matthew Landers, he dives into Managing Customer Expectations as well as walking the line of making sure that client requests are in line with his brand. Matthew is conscious of the customer journey and puts just as much effort into the after care of a customer as he does their floral arrangement. He e…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed how and where we work—impacting executives and those leading finance teams. For many companies, the new virtual work environment creates operational disruptions to financial reporting, including annual reporting and the monthly and quarterly close processes. How are organizations adapting and innovatin…
 
We are very excited about today’s guest, a man who needs no introduction, international super star Florist and Instagram Legend, Matthew Landers. Now, if you have been living under a rock and don’t know who Matthew is, let me a give you a little run down. Matthew is one of Australia’s most well recognised Florists, featuring in Floral competitions …
 
Enacted on March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) is a relief package designed to alleviate some of the consequences of COVID-19. It earmarks more than $2 trillion in assistance to federal agencies, state and local governments, health care, businesses, and individuals. In this episode of Resilient, three …
 
Disruption to the global supply chain and the web of third parties that companies rely on has become a significant business challenge in the COVID-19 crisis. How are organizations getting supplies and achieving the balance of supply and demand in a compromised chain? How well do they know the third, fourth, and even fifth parties their suppliers re…
 
There was so much value in this interview we had to cut it in two! In PART 2 with Deb Whincop, we dive into her Online Directory, "The Hood" and go deep, discussing which attributes make for a genuine relationship in the building world. Deb explains how she fits podcasting, newsletters and being he ultimate Mum into her already jam packed schedule.…
 
Many businesses are already feeling the impact of COVID-19 on cash flow. Given the significant slowdown of commerce in nearly every industry, what are the risks posed by the resulting cash crunch? And how can organizations access the funds they need to withstand the crisis and emerge stronger? In this episode of Resilient, three Deloitte leaders wh…
 
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