How to Create Compliance Training that Employees Connect with.
Behind every one of your company’s risks, and opportunities, are its people. Bringing their own experiences, knowledge, beliefs and backgrounds – how do we as compliance practitioners create training that connects to learners equally effectively across the board?
Join Harper Wells (CCO, Learning Pool) and Sua Kyei (Sr Compliance Manager, F5 Networks) to hear proven strategies on building learning journeys that employees connect with.
During the webinar, you will learn:
- Why tailored training is your strongest path to learning effectiveness
- How a people-first E&C training strategy helps you identify and mitigate risks
- How technology is being used to get you closer to learners, and ‘meet them where they are’
- How to get started building your own personalized learning journey for employees
Chief Compliance Officer
An industry expert who is passionate about building progressive, outcome-driven ethics and compliance programs. She oversees the company’s ethics and compliance program and helps over 1,400 organizations around the world– including leading Fortune 500 organizations–transform their program strategy by leveraging technology and behavioral analytics.
Prior to Learning Pool, Harper spent over 15 years in compliance, risk, and governance roles across heavily regulated industries. She is an active author and speaker in prominent media outlets and industry events. Harper also chairs the True North Conference that brings together ethics and compliance professionals to find strategic solutions that maximize impact and strengthen the enterprise compliance function.
Senior Compliance Manager
Sua has over twelve years of multi sector experience and specializes in the design and implementation of compliance programs. She is responsible for the internal compliance and ethics programs of F5 Inc EMEA and has global responsibility for compliance training and communication across the business.
Prior to joining F5, Sua was a Compliance Manager for 6 years with AlixPartners where she was responsible for the design, implementation and operationalisation of the anti-bribery and corruption and anti-money laundering due diligence program. Sua also worked as a paralegal for a premier Central American law firm as well as Bank of New York Mellon.