Once you have an understanding of what compliance is, and why it may be important, it is natural to wonder next, “What should I do about it?” In this course, we’ll explore one of the key factors for creating a positive culture of compliance: human psychology. We’ll think about what drives us, what makes us pay attention, what distracts, and how all of these pieces help build a strong belief in an organizational culture of compliance.
This course is part of the Regulatory Compliance Specialization
About this Course
What you will learn
Recognize strategies for building a culture of compliance within an organization
Identify the fundamental components of a compliance program
Identify techniques and methods for compliance management and provide psychological theories that explain why they are effective
Devise strategies for managing noncompliance and incident response
Skills you will gain
- Strategic Planning
- Organizational Behavior
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Building a Strong Compliance Culture
A Closer Look at the Essentials
The Psychology of Compliance
Dealing With Non-Compliance
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TOP REVIEWS FROM EFFECTIVE COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS
The courses are of high quality. It is obvious that the reading materials are carefully selected. The instructors are top notch. I've learned much more than I expected.
Good way to undertand how to create an effective compliance program. Interesting to learn about the various theories too.
From beginning to end, the course presenters use a very practical yet in depth approach to exploring the subject matter that connects the theories with real world scenarios.
Excellent compliance course. Highly recommended if you are looking to expand your knowledge in the compliance and regulatory field.
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