6 Tips To Use Real World Activities In Ethics Compliance Online Training

| December 26, 2018

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Are you thinking creatively about ethics compliance online training? Apply immersive online training techniques and see the difference real world examples can make to corporate learners.Your compliance department might well be closest to your L&D strategy. They are often the forerunners in adopting the latest eLearning innovations. If not, make it your priority to build a relationship. Why? Because there’s no other field where real world, immersive eLearning makes a bigger difference to the engagement of your corporate learners than compliance. It’s the prime example of a dry topic made interesting by the use of interactive elements, quizzes, videos, and so on. All the features of an immersive, forward-thinking online training strategy should be present in your ethics compliance strategy.The biggest difference that a real world perspective can add to ethics compliance online training is the emotional connection it can bring. Compliance is a tricky subject to connect with a corporate learner. It’s generally not a topic that your corporate learners feel passionate about. That’s probably because it’s compulsory—and that’s never particularly inspiring. But if you want your ethics compliance online training to win hearts and minds, then that connection is paramount. This is the path to genuinely changing employee behavior and uphold company standards across the board.

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