The “normal” workplace has changed and is continuing to fluctuate from month to month. Training programs need to adapt to these changes and to the evolving situations of the organization’s employees. Not only are ethics and compliance training programs having to shift to be entirely virtual, but they must also shift to accommodate the new working conditions of employees.
All organizations can improve their ethics and compliance training programs, even mature and well-developed programs. This panel will discuss top tips for improving training in mature programs, including adapting training to online platforms, addressing shortened attention spans, and how to make trainings more effective and engaging
SAI360 hosted this breakout session at the Global Ethics Summit (GES) 2021.
- Caroline McMichen, Strategic Advisor, SAI360
- Michael Green, Senior Director, Head of Compliance, Arm
- Michele Abraham, Director – Ethics & Compliance, Associate General Counsel at Cooper Standard