That also means distributing the right kind of culture within an organization. It’s the only way to create success that’ll last.
Effectively and demonstrably proficient
How can I make sure my employees become effectively and demonstrably proficient when it comes to compliance? And how do I encourage my team to strive for compliance? We hear these questions all the time when organizations approach us for assistance. They all hear the same responses from their employees:
- "Compliance doesn’t pay off, so why would you even bother?";
- "Compliance doesn’t concern our team";
- "Compliance is a value; there’s no way you can learn that like a skill."
Here’s some good news: ‘being compliant’ is definitely something that you can train yourself to be. It’s about a lot more than just the rules. Of course, you can force your managers and employees to memorize the rules, but that doesn’t instrinsically motivate them to act according to those rules. In the end, this means that the effects of a training will be rather limited. That’s why TinQwise doesn’t explain any rules in (digital) learning environments – we make sure that people experience the benefits of rules for themselves.