The Engaged Employee – Your Top Compliance Priority 2013
Featuring GRC 20/20 Research (50 mins)
Compliance can not only protect the business, but can actually drive performance. But you must work first to build and sustain an ethical, compliance-minded culture where employees are a part of the compliance process, where policies and codes are looked upon as integral to the success of the employee as well as the organization. That’s why focusing on the employee should be your top compliance initiative in 2013. Systems that focus purely on how a company controls information and compliance is myopic and outdated, leaving the workforce feeling left out and set apart from the goals of the business.
This on-demand presentation will look at how better compliance – and better performance – are directly related to how engaged your employees are; that is, how you communicate policies and expected “right behavior” to your workforce and make them part of the compliance process.
Jimmy Lin, VP of Product Management & Corporate Development at The Network, a leading GRC solution provider, and Michael Rasmussen, noted GRC pundit, will look at why blurring the lines between policy communication and training, via an integrated approach to your GRC initiatives, helps employees better retain crucial policy guidance. Jimmy and Michael will also discuss how the all-important focus on an ethical culture, driven via a solid policy management system and training that engages your employees, optimizes your organization’s GRC initiatives and creates real performance.
YOU WILL LEARN
- The value proposition of an engaged organization
- How the integration of policy and training drives retention and policy adherence
- How a principled culture of performance, accountability, trust and open communication better prepares the organization to manage key risks and unethical conduct
- Key metrics that should be leveraged to align training, communication, policy and compliance
Michael Rasmussan, Chief GRC Pundit (GRC 20/20 Research)
Jimmy Lin, VP Product & Corporate Strategy (The Network)