Acteon discuss competent compliance and nudging at this year's eLN Connect
Compliance training should help keep people and organisations safe and effective. But this form of training has a bad reputation for being dull box-ticking, and often fails to deliver impact. Owen Rose explores the power of 'nudging' at this year's eLN Connect: Learning in a Digital World.
eLN Connect is a great opportunity for all within the learning industry to share, analyse and debate the latest trends, developments and insights from the sector and beyond.
With more than 18 seminars covering a wide variety of themes and disciplines, this intimate networking event is designed to give attendees the comfort to have meaningful conversations, and the time to ask those critical questions that are often glossed over.
The conference is broken into three streams: making a difference, design and methods, and tools and technologies.
Owen Rose, Managing Partner at Acteon will be presenting a seminar: Competent compliance, a nudge in the right direction
Compliance training should help keep people and organisations safe and effective. But this form of training has a bad reputation for being dull box-ticking, and often fails to deliver impact.
This presentation explores how to achieve real behaviour change with compliance learning interventions, and shows how a novel approach helped clients like Channel 4 achieve award-winning outcomes.
Attendees will find out how to: identify the reasons why compliance training can fail to deliver impact, define the characteristics of an effective behaviour-change message, and recognise how effective learning design can promote behaviour change.
More details and registration is available at https://www.elearningnetwork.org/eln-events/.