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Learn How to Teach Content that Resonates

Posted by - February 6, 2018
There has been an undeniable evolution in how learners retain, process and apply information. Gone are the days where employees were required to attend day-long, instructor-led compliance training sessions or forced to click through outdated, lengthy, unengaging PowerPoint presentations. If organizations want to ensure that compliance training and the important…
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The Learning Mindset

Posted by - January 31, 2018
Many leaders have trouble making tough calls and find themselves stalled by indecision and good intentions. Developing a learning mindset can help them do better.
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Workplace Dynamic: How Disrespect Can Quickly Become Harassment

Posted by - October 30, 2017
EEOC’s New Civility Training Shows How Thin The Line Really Is Workplace harassment has dominated the headlines of late. NAVEX Global Vice President Ingrid Fredeen discusses the importance of culture and training, and how incivility has been described as “the gateway drug” to harassment in the workplace. The Equal Employment…
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Building a Culture of Compliance Through Training

Posted by - September 18, 2017
Q&A with John Arendes, VP and GM Global Compliance Solutions at Skillsoft Today, we present an interview between CCI’s Maurice Gilbert and compliance expert John Arendes. Skillsoft is a leader in e-learning, and one of the company’s main areas of focus is compliance training. What follows is some background on…
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Despite Scandals, Corporations are Failing in This Key Area

Posted by - August 17, 2017
The Critical Importance of Training Recent events clearly reflect the rising tide of liability risk companies face for retaliation against a whistleblower. Surprisingly, a survey just conducted by NAVEX Global reveals that many companies have not committed to compliance training.  Such training is critically important given recent regulatory and legislative…
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5 Strategies to Infuse Compliance Companywide

Posted by - August 11, 2017
How the CEO Can Support Compliance Many executives view compliance as a “check the box” proposition. In this column, LeClairRyan attorneys Brian Lansing and Patrick Hurd argue that a focus on compliance should permeate the entire organization, in much the same way that Amazon obsesses about customer service. It all…
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The Key to Improving Corporate Culture

Posted by - August 11, 2017
3 Ways to Affect a Different Kind of Climate Change In light of the corporate compliance failures that have entered the news cycle, compliance programs have increasingly focused on the role culture plays in causing these failures. However, while most compliance executives understand the link between culture and employee misconduct,…
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Using Technology to Educate (Not Regulate)

Posted by - May 4, 2017
Even companies committed to a culture of ethics and compliance experience unethical behavior and compliance failures from time to time. In this gap between attitude and action, education and technology can help to unlock a company’s true potential. Both are powerful components, but when working together, they’re a dynamic team…
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Improving Compliance Training

Posted by - March 29, 2017
If you're looking for methods to improve engagement in compliance training, gamification is one highly effective strategy. But you needn't overhaul your existing program to incorporate gaming elements. TRACE International offers three tips for gamifying existing programs -- and as a result, improving retention and making the process more enjoyable.
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Developing Engaging Compliance Training

Posted by - February 21, 2017
Compliance training is met with moans and groans by employees. It is always seen as a necessary evil. But does it have to be viewed that way? Compliance training expert Ayesha Omer knows better: there are plenty of ways to make it more purposeful and engaging. Read on for tips…
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Airport Security and Safety

Posted by - November 11, 2016
How to Protect Your Employees The tragic terrorist attacks in Brussels and Istanbul earlier this year have raised many questions and concerns from organizations with traveling employees. Employers must be prepared for the worst and know how to keep staff safe in the event of an airport crisis. Jim Hutton…