Category: Corporate Training

Integrity At The Heart of Your Brand

When you hear the word “integrity,” you probably think of values and ethics. Integrity is part of a culture. It is a moral compass. It is ingrained in a person’s entire being, not just exhibited in the way she or he acts around other people. Now think about the word “compliance.” Chances are, you’re having...

Nine Challenges with Compliance Training in Biotechnology

It is perhaps inevitable that an industry closely involved with people’s wellbeing, indeed with their life and death, should be subject to particular scrutiny with regard to its legal and ethical standards.  The biotechnology industry, more than most, needs to be able to demonstrate its adherence to good practice.  Compliance must, therefore, be a major...

How Do Your Employees Behave When No One Is Looking?

In March and April of 2019, dozens of CEOs, entrepreneurs, medical and legal professionals, investors, college and university personnel, and Hollywood actors dominated the headlines for their participation in the college admissions scandal dubbed “Varsity Blues.” The high-profile professionals, who include Douglas Hodge, Lori Loughlin, Bill McGlashan, Elisabeth Kimmel, and Manuel Henriquez, are being accused...

Workplace Ethics Training

Ethical Standards A company’s ethical standards are a major part of its identity, and one of the factors upon which customers will base buying decisions.  A company that does not give proper priority to its ethical stance on important matters will suffer in the marketplace, so selecting the best type of ethics and compliance training may be one of the most important decisions a company can make. Public Perception and Advertising Marketing and public relations will look to leverage ethical business practice as a major component in publicity and advertising.  Plastic-free packaging, minimal waste and humane farming are not

The Tone from the Top – Modeling integrity, ethical behavior and compliance through compliance training

Most businesses consider a strong commitment to performing with integrity a "must have." However, some struggle to put it into practice when compliance is left purely to the compliance professionals. A company-wide culture of integrity, not just on a corporate level, but also on a social and environmental level, begins with the board and the CEO, and cascades down through an organization to its most junior employees.

2019 Integrity Compliance and Ethics Learning – 134 Firm Benchmark study

In early 2019, the Integrity compliance training team gathered insights and compliance training trends from 134 global firms who collectively train 2.7 million learners each year.

Integrity Ethics and Compliance Training, the next generation for Global Compliance eLearning for 2019!

In February 2019, Interactive Services launched Integrity Ethics and Compliance Training, the next generation for Global Compliance eLearning for 2019! These new developments to the courses we offer have been brought about as a result of feedback from clients and regulators, and discussions with Cordery Compliance and Nexxus on legal content. The specialist content for the USA is in response...

Inspiring Compliance Training? It can be done…

Once upon a time there was a training program that cultivated a thriving culture of compliance throughout an organization. With minimal resources, skills, and bandwidth, a dynamic and creative learning design team triumphed against the odds and created an effective and compelling learning solution in alignment with the goals of the organization. Complete fairy tale? Not quite – it can be done!   In compliance training, we can engage and motivate our learners with stories – through the characters, relationships, conflicts, resolutions, pathways, and insights that bring the most memorable stories to life.

Rolling Out a Global Compliance Training Program

Organizations are exposed to greater compliance risks than ever as the pace of globalization quickens, the global regulatory environment grows more complex, and customers and shareholders become more demanding.