Is Your Compliance Training Motivating Behavior Change? (Or, Not)

We live in an era of public shaming where unethical or noncompliant behavior can rapidly ruin a company’s reputation.

Smart, forward-thinking companies are beginning to approach compliance training very differently. In 2017, 86% of organizations expressed intent to improve their compliance training. Rather than putting out the dreaded 30-60 minute PowerPoint presentation and measuring success through completions, these companies are:

  • Aligning training with business goals and objectives
  • Designing training to be engaging and based on real-world scenarios
  • Personalizing compliance training programs for roles and individuals
  • Inspiring with technology that enables compelling and varied content delivery

Take this 6 question assessment to compare your training against peer programs. In addition to real-time comparisons, you will receive the final report and analysis that will show you how other organizations are evolving their compliance training.

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Compliance Risk

Consider the following training subjects. Which are of the greatest concern, or represent the highest level of risk to your company? Please rank the top three.






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CAN YOU AFFORD INEFFECTIVE COMPLIANCE TRAINING?

What results are you measuring for this course?

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How does this course motivate employees?

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Does your course help employees understand the relevance to their work?

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What is the primary means the training is delivered?

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What components make up your compliance training?

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How engaging is your content?

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