Your Compliance Training Challenge
Check Boxes or Change Behavior
Many compliance lawyers assume that global learning involves communicating information, figuring out logistical and technical delivery requirements and documenting receipt. That works if the objective is to prove that accurate information has been provided to designated audiences. But it won’t change behavior or help prevent, detect and correct problems. To get those results, global learning must matter to participants, provide clear, simple rules to follow and be regularly reinforced on the job so that learning sticks. In this conversational session, participants will consider an effective approach to compliance training which helps build ethical, compliant cultures and surface problems based on organizational standards, leadership and values.