Ethics and compliance are critical parts of any corporate culture. When a company focuses on ethics and adherence to industry standards, they reap many benefits: a positive reputation within the industry and community, a happier and more productive workforce (with minimal turnover), and a potential for millions saved that might have gone to lawsuits or settlements.
如果你是struggling to make your ethics training “stick,” don’t worry; you’re not alone. According to the Brandon Hall Group’s 2018 Learn Strategy Study, only34% of organizationsreport that their compliance training is “effective.” Frankly, your company can’t afford to exist outside that 34% — which is why we’ve got some tips to help you improve your ethics training.
How can you make your ethics and compliance training more effective for your employees? There are many options available, but first you need to figure out where you’re training is falling behind.
Start with a few employee interviews or surveys to determine the problem: are your ethics standards unclear? Is the training too long? Too dry? Once you know what you need to fix, you can use one (or a few) of the tips below to create a more effective ethics training program.
Most of the time, conversations about ethics and compliance center around employees. Organizations want to know how they can ensure compliance from their workers — but they often fail to recognize that adherence and ethical behavior start at the top.
我们都在那些似乎永远持续的那些长期干燥的训练课程中。你猜怎么着？我们很少有人记住这些会议发生了什么！事实是，几小时长的培训研讨会很少“坚持”与会者 - 当主题是道德时（大多数员工已经在基本级别理解的东西）时，每个人都恰如其能快速地检查。
Even better, micro-learning trainees are more likely to retain the information. According to theJournal of Applied Psychology,micro-learning is17% more effectivethan traditional training methods — and that value is too great to pass up.
There is a reason that children learn their earliest lessons by playing games. Game-based learning is a highly-effective way to engage students, as it speaks to their desire for play and competition — all while subtly getting them to learn.
Instead of simply discussing the compliance and ethics standards for your company and industry, make your training a little more fun. Give the training sessions a theme. Tailor your lessons around a fictional narrative that illustrates your points. Set up a “quiz-show” style game with prizes for the employees. This break from the norm will make your employees pay attention — and it may even get them excited to participate in the training.
If a company wants to have an ethical corporate culture, they must strive to be inclusive and welcoming of people across all walks of life. Unfortunately, many people have unconscious biases that can interfere with your goals for diversity. If you want to prevent those biases from becoming a problem, you’ll need to address this issue head-on.
您的道德和合规性培训应包括多样性和包容性的讨论 - 理想情况下，由于其身份而被频繁被边缘化的人导致的人员。这些人不仅可以从经验中发言，以解决他们所面临的潜在问题，但他们的独特观点可以帮助您所有员工了解工作场所的多样性的价值。
大约430万人currently work remotely in the United States, and that number is likely to climb in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. For some leaders (particularly those used to the old way of working), these remote employees may be out of sight and out of mind. However, these men and women still represent your organization — and therefore, they need to be trained on the company’s ethical standards.
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