A company’s compliance training covers topics that have serious ramifications for individual employees as well as the business. Even so, many people see such training as fundamentally uninteresting, irrelevant – or just plain boring. Failing to engage employees could increase the risks of unethical or non-compliant behaviors.
It’s essential for compliance and ethics professionals to understand what factors contribute to boring training, and how to counter with strategies that spark interest, foster engagement and drive meaningful change.
This white paper covers:
- What makes traditional compliance training so boring?
- The three main factors that lead to employee disengagement
- The importance of establishing emotional connections during compliance training
- How a holistic approach to employee engagement helps make compliance training more resonant