Webinar: Reinvigorate Your Compliance Training

by | Jan 13, 2016 | Articles

If you want to engage learners and affect compliant behaviour, check out this recorded webinar with SAI Global, for new insights that will help you move things forward.

How To Reinvigorate Your Compliance Training

90% of participants in Towards Maturity’s latest study want to develop a culture of compliance through their programmes. Ticking the box is no longer enough. However only 35% are acheiving their goals. What can we learn from those who are successful?

80 people joined us on a webinar to explore practical ways in which high performing organisations are acheiving cultural change and more.

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The webinar was held in conjuction with SAI Global, the supporters of our independant study early 2016 and includes an award winning case study on Channel 4/Acteon Communications.

View the slides from the webinar below:

 

This event was sponsored by SAI Global.

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