Influencing behavior is an ongoing challenge in compliance. Much of human behavior is the playing-out of patterns of neuro-associative responses to stimuli in our environment that are repeated and, eventually, become habitual.
The general principles for creating a culture of compliance for 12-year-olds in a classroom are just as effective in a workplace setting.
Six senior compliance practitioners offer their perspectives on what makes for an effective training program and share tips and guidance for companies looking to enhance their education initiatives.
We can all agree that most check-the-box compliance training is less than exciting. Actually, most of it is the opposite of exciting; it’s beat-your-head-on-the-desk boring. Venture outside of the box and add a few laughs.
Need to get something off my chest before I pass along lessons learned from poorly executed compliance training.
Experts speak on the psychology behind using comedy as a training tool for the “Department of No,” and a Fortune 500 CECO discusses how to find the right balance between education and humor in your training programs.
Looking to transform your training program? Take a cue from those who are using leading-edge tech and outside-the-box thinking in the space.
If you’re among the practitioners who need more resources to turn your compliance training program into one that is truly effective (and that’s many of you, according to our survey), we have some advice.
If you’re worried about whether your curriculum is truly effective, start with 10 tips from CW columnist Amii Barnard-Bahn on how to take compliance training to the next level.
There are a multitude of factors that need to be established when determining training requirements. What is clear is that a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work.