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2016 SCCE Utilities & Energy Conference

Sustaining Ethics and Compliance Learning Through Core Values and Behaviors

A complex maze of regulatory requirements and ethical standards govern the daily workings of utility and energy enterprises. In response, many organizations have implemented E&C training curricula more suited for educating lawyers and compliance professionals than those responsible for leading and running their enterprises. Unfortunately, much of what is taught is all too often tedious, irrelevant and quickly forgotten contrary to the purpose of such instruction which is to affect ongoing behavior.
In this interactive session, the presenter will provide an approach to learning, which focuses on identifying key behaviors linked to common values such as safety, compliance, inclusion and quality. Using adult learning principles, the presenter will demonstrate how teaching and reinforcing a handful of basic job-related behaviors will help prevent, detect and correct problems before they lead to high-risk, or even catastrophic, situations. The objective is to make learning a meaningful business experience with a lasting cultural impact on compliant and ethical operations.

Learning objectives

Using relevant industry examples, participants will learn how to:

  • Identify core values and related behaviors for inclusion in their E&C learning which help prevent, detect and correct problems before they escalate into high-risk situations
  • Link their required learnings to business outcomes that connect to their daily responsibilities
  • Reinforce key values-based behaviors to build lasting cultural standards for compliant and ethical operations

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