Review your compliance strategy and be part of new research

by | Mar 15, 2017 | Articles, Featured

Data we collected in 2015 revealed that only 20% of compliance professionals are largely achieving their goals, despite an increase in spending on compliance training year after year. That’s why we’re encouraging anyone responsible for compliance training and risk awareness programmes in the workplace to review their compliance strategy by participating in our new compliance study.

Since 2013, we’ve been exploring the tactics used to shift compliance away from just a tick in the box. Towards Maturity’s latest research, supported by SAI Global, considers how to improve program effectiveness, employee engagement and behaviour change through innovative training delivery. 

Help the compliance and ethics community learn more about what it takes to create a compliant culture. 

Invest 15 minutes and review your current approach in this confidential online review. On completion, you’ll receive a free resource pack outlining the strategies of successful organisations. You’ll also be the first to receive the research findings and an invitation to explore them for free at our interactive workshop in London on 25 April.

This opportunity closes on 7 April – don’t miss out!

 

About our partner for this research

SAI Global Compliance is the world’s leader in providing organisations with a wide range of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) products, services and technology that help build organisational integrity and effectively manage compliance risk.

Find out more: www.saiglobal.com/compliance

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