‘Compliance Trainings’

For years, employees have been yawning their way through interminable “compliance trainings” on a variety of subjects. Some of the earlier efforts insulted their intelligence. Others portrayed villains who for some reason were always either British or Latin American. Cultural insensitivity was only one of the issues I have long had with many e-learning andContinue reading “‘Compliance Trainings’”

What we’re reading: factulness, bad blood, human risk …

Factfulness I am currently reading Factfulness by the late Hans Rosling – and the very current Ola Rosling and Anna Rosling Rönnlund. It has some interesting insights topical for Ethical Business Practice. They’re about blame and urgency (see chapters 9-10).  For example: “…blame drives us to attribute more power and influence to individuals than they deserve,Continue reading “What we’re reading: factulness, bad blood, human risk …”