We’re always plugged in, engulfed by information.
While methods to reach us have expanded and changed, our brains work much the way they have for the past 40 to 50,000 years.
We’re connected with people from all over the globe but that doesn’t mean we know a whit about them, their cultures, their beliefs or how they work.
Complexity is increasing. Tools to simplify information, make it memorable and lasting, are not keeping up. If we want to bring people together in the workplace, minimize risk, and increase productivity, we can’t just assume that the latest technology will help rather than overwhelm us with more complexity guaranteeing reduced results. Unfortunately, we often assume that more technology and more content means better compliance results. Neither nor both do.
In this eBook we present our view that how we communicate and educate on compliance and related issues must be “revisioned” to match the needs of our organizations, learners, and the times.
About the Author:
Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq. is the President and CEO of ELI®.
Over the years, he has worked with numerous nationally known industry leaders to help them communicate standards of proper legal and ethical behavior along with their companies’ own missions and policies in order to build civil, inclusive, and productive workplaces. He pioneered the development of interactive, model-driven training that addresses workplace legal and fair employment issues by providing practical skills people can apply every day at work.