Moving Forward with Good Ethical Practice

The year 2020 has brought unprecedented upheaval to the entire globe, and although there is some light on the horizon, the pandemic has got us all thinking and re-thinking about new ways to learn, work and adapt.

That is why we crowdsourced views from learning professionals through our survey conducted via social media. We’ve gained insights from senior training experts and a range of professionals with compliance and ethic responsibilities within their organisation.

The answers from the community have given us a snapshot view of the current market and helped inform the content in the white paper, which can be downloaded by filling the form below.

The Ethics survey highlights

80 percent of respondents polled believe that the ethics training they receive at work is only slightly applicable in their day-to-day work, clearly painting a picture that the ‘one-size-fit-all' approach is far from satisfactory in today’s business climate.

58 per cent of the respondents think people in their organisation are not very familiar with the company code of ethics. “If your training can’t answer the employee’s question ‘what’s in it for me?’, it means the benefits of your ethics training are not connecting with the individuals within your organisation”, says Michelle Roodt, Learning Experience Consultant at Sponge. "This is where human-centred learning design comes in, to breathe life into dull compliance training and to move it from following rules to changing behaviours.”

To find out more about the key drivers of positive ethical practice, and what emerging systems and processes will support the application of good ethical practice amid a more unpredictable landscape and an increase in the necessity for remote working - please enter your details below and download your copy.