2020 brought massive changes — societal, technological, even where your workforce is located and how you reach them.
In light of these changes, and taking into account the DOJ's most recent guidance, Andrea and Kirsten will focus on smart, innovative, high-leverage activities and approaches to help you make the most of your compliance program in 2021.
- Shorter, more targeted training: As the DOJ pushes for more efficient training, we'll talk about how to shorten seat time without losing the messages you need to convey.
- Qualitating the quantitative: Analytics and measurement are top of mind for most companies these days - and compliance programs are no different. We'll discuss how to generate and simplify compliance data analytics to produce useful, actionable insights.
- Reaching a distributed workforce: Thanks to technology, we now have more elegant, time-efficient ways than ever to reach an offline workforce. We'll explore some of those options.
- Assessments in a virtual world: Around the world, companies are downsizing office space - and work from home arrangements are becoming the norm. We'll examine how to conduct effective assessments, both formal and informal, when live interviews, focus groups, or even "compliance by walking around" are no longer options.
Plus, the Compliance Certification Board (CCB) has approved this event for up to 1.8 live CCB CEUs.
We hope to see you there!