Do your compliance efforts lose momentum after the training concludes?
If you oversee any compliance efforts on campus, you know it can be difficult to get faculty and administrators engaged with your efforts. They may seem fearful of handling a situation incorrectly. Or they may seem bored – with a mindset of “That’s not my job.” How can you overcome these attitudes so that compliance is ingrained in a more positive way into the culture of your institution?
Join us online to start rethinking your compliance training efforts to ensure more engagement and better follow-up. We’ll share strategies like gamification that will make your trainings more interactive and accessible. You’ll leave with suggestions on how to keep compliance conversations going after your trainings conclude – including systems that help employees see and report compliance issues on a routine basis.
Who Should Attend
If you oversee compliance efforts and want to improve training and communication with faculty and administrators across campus, you will benefit from this training.
Learn to apply the seven elements of compliance and ethics to your current campus compliance program by attending our conference, Strategies for Building an Institution-Wide Compliance and Ethics Program.
We will help you create a more interactive and accessible compliance and ethics program by discussing:
1) A foundation for your compliance and ethics program that is tied to your organizational mission
2) Fun and interactive training that is more than just the required “click-through” training
3) Safe spaces to promote compliance and ethics after training occurs
4) Processes that help employees view and report compliance issues regularly
Lorna Fink, J.D., CCEP
University Compliance Officer/Title IX Coordinator, Lynn University
In addition to her current roles, Fink created the Office of University Compliance, which coordinates campus-wide compliance and ethics programs, manages the policy and procedure program, supports risk management, shares responsibility for NCAA Compliance, and oversees equity programming, including Title IX, ADA, and discrimination. She has spoken at national and international conferences on issues related to higher education compliance, and she is also the founder of the Independent Colleges and Universities Compliance and Ethics Consortium (ICUCEC). Read Lorna’s full bio here.
Questions About the Event? Email this event’s Program Manager, Lisa Lafflam.
What’s included in your purchase?
- Webcast recording – a recording of our live session that you can access anywhere, anytime.
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