Opportunistic Compliance: Making Compliance Training Valuable for Everyone

Friday, August 23, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am EDT

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Historically, the primary value of compliance training has been its ability to mitigate the legal and reputational costs of misconduct. When employees make the wrong decision, compliance training allows organizations to confidently claim, “We told them not to”—and that claim is often enough to reduce collective liability. This ability to mitigate risk is critical to any organization, but compliance training could be doing much more.

This one-hour webinar will explore how instructional designers can play a unique role in expanding compliance training’s ability to reduce risk and solve problems instead of just mitigate the costs of those risks. Many practical tips will be shared before, during, and after implementation that can help us shift our compliance focus away from lawyers, policies, and mandates and toward our employees and their real opportunities for behavior change. With a renewed focus on learners and learning, we can create compliance training that does more than check a box; we can deliver measurable value at every level of the organization.


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Travis Waugh is an instructional technologist at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he facilitates courses on ethical decision making and crafts the university’s annual integrity and compliance campaign. With more than a decade of L&D experience in corporate America and higher education, he has built courses and tutorials for dozens of compliance training subjects. Waugh began speaking and writing about instructional design best practices in 2012, with special interest in psychology, technology, and the use of humor in adult learning.

In addition to facilitating workshops and speaking sessions at international conferences, Waugh has delivered private sessions and consultations for a range of Fortune 500 companies on emerging training technology and behavioral compliance. He facilitates ATD’s Essentials of Compliance course and has served as a bridge between the ethics and compliance industry and the L&D community. As a dedicated learning professional, he tries, above all else, never to waste anyone’s time.