Be the first to like this
Gone are the days when you could train everyone on every topic; today’s hectic corporate environment demands training decisions based on an employee’s role and the associated risk profile. This presentation reviews best practices on how to align roles, risks, and priorities strategically, to make the most efficient use of limited training time while protecting the organization. The discussion is framed around four key statistics that you can use to drive training decisions and true program effectiveness.
1. Compliance Training Accounts for 24% of Ethics & Compliance Budget Spent.
2. 53% of decision makers in organizations listed having limited hours available for training 1 of their top two program challenges.
3. Either 3% of supervisors perceived to have strong ethics succumb to ethical pressure as compared to 35% of those perceived to have weak ethics; 35% of employees will report to their supervisors before raising the issue elsewhere is also an option but still ties into involving managers in the training program.
4. Nearly 47% of companies Do No training of third parties.
Diane Brown, Head of Operations, Advisory Services - NAVEX Global
Michael Kallens, Associate General Counsel & Manager of Corporate Compliance & Ethics - Booz Allen Hamilton