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Why copying Compliance is good Behavioural Science
If you're in Ethics or Compliance, then you really should be deploying Behavioural Science in your program. The best way to do that is to get some help from someone with the necessary expertise. And when you do that, make sure that they're using the same approach that you should be deploying towards your employees. Find out what I mean by that in this video.
Why you should make Compliance more fun
Very often Compliance programs are designed to be joyless affairs. That's because the subject is seen to be serious and therefore the format tends to follow that. I think there's another way, as I explain in this video. To find out how I can help you do this, visit human-risk.com
What we can learn from COVID QR Codes
A discussion with Luca Dellanna during the recording of an episode of the Human Risk podcast (🎧 👉 https://bit.ly/2HMSWXu) about the use of QR codes in COVID tracing, reminded me of some discussions I'd had with other guests. In this video, I refer to points made by Rory Sutherland ( 🎧 👉 https://bit.ly/31VNJDr) & Professor Yuval Feldman (🎧 👉 https://bit.ly/35O4p0N) that illustrate a key misconception about Compliance.
What we can learn from getting people to wear masks
A post on social media that explored an interesting precedent for how we might persuade people to wear masks, caught my eye. So much so that it's the subject of my latest video and the poster, Dr. Jill McDevitt, is on the Human Risk podcast 🎧 👉 kite.link/sex
Human Risk In The News - Pub Re-opening Edition
The decision by a London pub to not re-open it's doors on 4th July, when it is legally entitled to do so, forms the basis of my latest #HumanRisk video. In it, I explore how companies often treat regulation as a proxy for risk management, when in fact they need to make their own mind up. Just because you can do something, doesn't mean you should. At the start, I refer to a previous video that explores how a chain of bars is responding to new rules 👉 https://youtu.be/m-svefNv_7g
Human Risk In The News - Unintended Consequences Edition
A regulatory intervention by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority got me thinking. They discovered that a soon to be implemented regulatory requirement risked causing unintended consequences and are now intervening to try to deal with that. There’s a #HumanRisk lesson there for all of us. As I explain in this video... #BehaviouralScience #Compliance #Conduct