In this new report, compliance professionals recognize training as one of the best ways to create a culture of ethics and respect, along with “executive buy-in and leading by example”. Yet, many training programs are falling short with very little impact on moving the culture needle. Tone at the top must go hand-in-hand with training to create an ethical culture.
Download this year’s ethics and compliance training benchmark report to learn:
The most effective ways to pursue a culture of ethics and respect include executive buy-in and leading by example, followed closely by training, coaching and awareness efforts.
Identifying and collecting usable metrics can be a hassle, but mature organizations do it effectively. Reviewing reports of policy breaches and analyzing audit findings are a couple ways you can measure training program ROI.
Advanced organizations prioritize creating a culture of ethics and respect. These companies likely have dedicated programs in place to help them comply with regulations and focus on initiatives that create a great place to work.