Make your ethics and compliance programme more effective
How to get people to do what you want without pissing them off
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Humans are the largest risk facing your organisation
With a behavioural science-led approach, you can mitigate that risk and achieve your business outcomes quickly (and ethically). Here's how:
There is such a thing
as a free lunch!
In this free 3-part video series, learn simple ways you can make your ethics & compliance programme more effective, right away.
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Want to energise your people
to make something happen
With an engaging presentation, in-person or virtually, I can inspire them AND drive meaningful change for your organisation.
How I help your ethics and compliance programme to fly
You know your business and what it needs best. Once you have a goal in mind, we can go
hell-for-leather to achieve it.
DEFINE WHAT YOU WANT
I teach you practical skills and frameworks underpinned by behavioural science, designed to make a positive change to your business.
LEARN HOW TO ACHIEVE IT
Implement the learnings to your day-to-day business, be creative and watch your compliance programme reach new heights.
MAKE IT HAPPEN
Regularly review your progress and refine your strategy at useful intervals. Then go back to making it happen!
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What you could achieve with an improved ethics and compliance programme
Increased levels of employee compliance
Reduced costs of managing human risk
Compliance embedded into business practices
Improved quality of employee compliance
Smart frameworks that enable business
Enhanced perceptions of control functions
Flexible frameworks designed for you
Confident responses to changing environments
Real drivers of employee conduct diagnosed