One mark of an impactful ethics and compliance program is that it helps employees practice how they can handle tough situations. While many company programs measure their impact by the range of topics covered and frequency of education, and while these are important factors, it’s also important to consider the effectiveness of the delivery. We all learn in different ways, and blended (or live) learning can use a combination of a visual or text prompt, open discussion and instruction from an in-person professional. This can be a highly effective way to model and practice ethical behavior. In this installment of Talking Values, Host Michael Bramnick, and LRN colleagues Dr. Marsha Ershagi-Hames and Dr. Ted Nunez explore blended learning as a strategy to facilitate engaging ethics and compliance education.