72% of companies are currently working to make Compliance Training more strategic *Brandon Hall Group Compliance Training Study
Our decades of expertise in developing Compliance Trainings on a plethora of topics has helped us focus on the tone and approach of compliance from the “what” and “how” to trying to instill the spirit of “why comply.” This approach helps define learning strategies to nudge employees toward the expected changes in thinking and behavior, increase learner motivation, and create next-gen, immersive learning experiences.
The need of the hour is to build a culture of compliance to drive the idea of “Why comply” with a distributed workforce so that the need to monitor and analyze is minimized. Also, we consult with you to implement built-in checkpoints within the employee workflow and learning journeys that guide employees to comply. Organizations are integrating Compliance Trainings into their overall training strategy, and discrete Compliance Training programs have to be replaced with a Compliance ecosystem.
The following elements indicate how we, at EI, mesh the components of the Ecosystem to create effective Compliance Trainings and multiply their impact.
Use these messages to create a more receptive stakeholder group and learner base for Compliance Trainings.
Engagement through immersive learning strategies
Use a combination of immersive strategies to enhance the impact of the Formal Training.
Continuous outreach and contact
Use learning aids to summarize, reinforce the primary learning, and aid triggering the right action (in a dilemma).
Triggers for behavioral change
Create communities of practice to ensure the connect with learners goes beyond scheduled Formal Trainings.
Continuous learning: You can include continuous communication, gamified quizzes, curated content, videos, reinforcement nuggets, and ongoing outreach campaigns to create compliance awareness. Also, create communities of practice through Social Learning platforms.
Game Based Learning: Gamifying your Compliance Trainings not only converts passive learning in the workplace to active learning but also helps deliver better learning outcomes.
Immersive, experiential, and personalized learning: These strategies improve decision making, reinforce a culture of compliance, and drive positive behavioral change.
Microlearning and Just-In-Time Learning: Microlearning and JIT learning are great “gentle reminder” strategies and work by leveraging the power of nudges to form (and maintain) compliant habits.
Blended Learning: Within a corporate learning ecosystem, Blended Learning strategies are proven to enhance a culture of compliance and reinforce positive change.
Accessibility considerations: Offering accessible learning ensures that training complies with accessibility guidelines and employees with special needs can participate in the org-wide culture of compliance too.
Embedded controls: An embedded control framework drives employees to comply within their flow of work.
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