410 Increasing Engagement and Reducing Procrastination in Compliance Training
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Tuesday, March 26
Most organizations have required training that becomes a chore for individuals to complete. Many learning and development functions are ultimately defined by these required trainings. In addition, managers and leaders must resort to fear or discipline to get individuals to complete the requirements on time. This session will provide a unique approach to “flip the script” and actually motivate individuals to complete their requirements while reducing the time spent. This allows learning departments to focus on more elective programs, and reduces the negative impression associated with training.
Many compliance programs are designed to hit the masses. In this session you will learn how to reorganize the programs to reward knowledge, rather than continue to push the same information. You will also explore how to redesign content to reduce time spent, while still meeting organizational and industry regulations. Most importantly, this session will discuss how to gain buy-in from leadership on the shift in approach to compliance or required training.
In this session, you will learn:
- Strategies for shifting your annual compliance training to a recertification program
- How to communicate and market your program to gain buy-in from employees and leadership
- Approaches for identifying key stakeholders to ensure organizational and industry regulations are met
- Techniques for redesigning courses to support a recertification program
- How to structure your program to avoid loopholes or gaps
Designers and managers
Technology discussed in this session:
National Insurance Crime Bureau
Michael Sinno is a vice president of training with the National Insurance Crime Bureau. He has a bachelor of science degree in electronics management and a master of science in education, in instructional design with a specialization in human performance technology. Mike brings with him over a decade of experience in training management, organizational development, and performance consulting. He has led learning functions supporting large and decentralized populations in highly regulated industries including finance, pharmaceuticals, and healthcare.