Compliance training affects just about every organization around the world. It can range from a review of the employee manual to training on critical life-or-death matters. Not only does it affect most companies, but it touches every employee as well. Failure to execute effectively could result in anything from a sternly written letter to the end of the business. Yet, despite its reach and implications, many organizations struggle with developing ways to make this training more strategic.
The main reason is that compliance training is not seen as having much impact on the business. But there are business objectives at the core of every compliance training program, the right approach will have numerous direct and indirect benefits.
Watch David Wentworth, Principal Analyst with Brandon Hall Group, and Priti Mathur, Director of Professional Services with Meridian Knowledge Solutions, as they look at ways companies can make compliance training more strategic to help mitigate risk and drive business results.
Discussion topics include:
• Current compliance training landscape
• Taking a more strategic approach
• The direct and indirect benefits of strategic compliance training
• Real-world examples from Meridian Knowledge Solutions