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In this webinar session review, our panel discuss the impact of conduct and culture fatigue within regulated financial firms, and offer guidance on how firms can use RegTech to support an evidence-based approach to maintaining and improving these areas.
We examine the commonalties as to why the majority of Artificial Intelligence deployments fail, and look at why our methodology for successful deployment ensures we can guarantee results.
With evidence illustrating the detrimental impact that transient training factors are having on productivity and escalating business costs, we look at why focusing on internal capability building means that organisations can look to ‘train’ their way to better productivity rather than ‘buy’ their way to it.
The economic impact of employee skills, transient training, and how organisations can plug the gaps using AI
To fundamentally tackle the internal skills challenge, we look at why organisations need to be mindful of the ‘one and done’ attitude when it comes to training, upskilling or re-skilling their employees.
As the FCA steps up their drive for firms to foster and maintain a genuine culture of compliance – where the fair treatment of customers is default and runs through the firm like veins through a stick of rock – we examine why more and more firms are turning to Artificial Intelligence (AI) for assistance.
How can Artificial Intelligence (AI) help to embed an evidential culture of cyber resilience for insurers?
We examine how AI can support insurers and financial firms to ensure their employees are knowledgeable and competent in critical subject knowledge that relates to compliance, process, policy, and product.
We review some of the outcomes from Lloyds Bank’s sixth Financial Institutions Sentiment Survey 2021 and consider key implications.
How can Artificial Intelligence and learning in the flow of work help employers to focus on employee capability building to achieve superior business performance in the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
In this short Purple Paper, we examine why more and more firms are turning to Artificial Intelligence to help foster and maintain a genuine culture of compliance.
Aviva PLC and Elephants Don’t Forget win coveted Gold Award at 2021 Brandon Hall Group HCM Excellence Awards in the category of Best Advance in Machine Learning and AI
The cross-market collaboration was awarded the only gold award in the category of Best Advance in Machine Learning and AI within the overall Excellence in Learning category.
We examine why it is difficult for financial firms to make cultural improvements if their people-based monitoring provisions are not supported by regular assessments.
Are energy suppliers taking on board the wealth of historical guidance when it comes to improving resolutions for consumers in vulnerable situations through their advisor training?
How can regulated financial firms measure culture? In this webinar session review, we examine some of the key learning outcomes from our Culture Measurement webinar, and look at why a continual assessment methodology is crucial to generating meaningful positive indicators of culture change.
In this discussion and workbook paper, Adrian Harvey, CEO of Elephants Don’t Forget, and Julie Pardy, Director of Regulation and Market Engagement at Worksmart, examine the issue of culture measurement within financial services.
If compliance is required to support wider cultural and operational changes without the necessary financial investment to overcome the barrier of change, where do they pragmatically start?
Fintech Times: How Can Employee-Centric AI Support Financial Firms To Meet Their Future Expectations?
Most financial organisations are by now aware of the financial benefits of deploying Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve process efficiency and reduce fraud; but are they aware of the benefits it can have on their employees and governance practices too?
We were delighted to be joined by Julie Pardy, Director of Regulation and Market Engagement at Worksmart for this session, as we take a detailed and actionable look at how regulated financial firms can effectively improve and measure positive cultural change for the future.
Our ISO 27001 accreditation provides your business with a tangible endorsement that we adhere to a recognised worldwide framework of information security standards.
When it comes to Training & Competence (T&C), is the ‘Tone from the Top’ aligned with the ‘Tone from Within’ in your firm?
New research has found that 64% of senior management individuals within the financial services sector feel they would be ‘fairly or completely’ confident in evidencing competency of their employees to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the event of a regulatory audit, but is there a potential problem?
What can HR & L&D professionals learn from their efforts during the pandemic so far, and what could this mean for a returning workforce?
Based on four Covid-19 studies, we take a retrospective timeline look at how organisations coped with the enforced changes to maintaining and assessing employee competency, and pose the question: are firms really learning what attaining and assessing true competency means?
Talent show: why improving the competency levels of your employees can increase productivity and employee satisfaction
Are you concerned about employee in-role development and the impact that satisfaction levels are having on your productivity?
With insurers and financial enterprises facing increasing compliance and corporate risks due to Covid-19, employee competency management needs to be a primary area of focus.
The average employee competency level of tenured employees stood at just 52% pre-pandemic. Are firms taking employee competency seriously enough?
Who believes that subjecting employees to mindless one-size-fits-all, annual, tick-box compliance training is going to achieve anything positive in terms of cultural change? It isn’t.
We were delighted to be joined by leading compliance and regulatory consultancy group Complyport for this session, as we take a detailed and actionable look at some of the most prevalent industry topics regarding FCA applications and authorisations.
Have you recently noticed an increase in job roles with the word “culture” in them? One of my LinkedIn contacts landed a role as Head of People & Culture and it got me thinking: what is driving this increased interest in companies’ “culture”?
T-C News: Does the current market default methodology of employee T&C truly satisfy the changes required by the SM&CR
Whilst the SM&CR has applied to most solo-regulated firms since December 2019 – with many firms asserting that they are taking the necessary steps to embed it – can questions be raised about the default methodology of T&C delivery and whether it truly satisfies the regime change?
Covid-19 has turned the FinServ world upside down and – as a result – governance is almost certainly weaker in many firms than pre-Covid. You would expect firms to be paying closer attention to Training & Competence (T&C) to strengthen compliance. However, it would appear the reality may well be rather different.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) recognises that employee knowledge plays a primary role in the positive or negative resolution for vulnerable consumers, and they are issuing a call-to-arms for firms to take positive action: are you heeding the call?
With consumer vulnerability increasing during the pandemic, we look at why employee competency and conduct is now more critical than ever to mitigate consumer and market harm.
Podcast: Employees First, Customers Second: Turning your approach to Training & Competency upside down in 2021
In our latest podcast, we look at the role effective Training & Competence plays for financial services firms in 2021, focusing on change management, consumer expectations, and evaluating employee performance.
Is it right that because employees are WFH, either through choice or through necessity and Government edict, that they are subject to levels of scrutiny greater than when they work in the office?
The FCA makes it clear that as the working environment changes, your firm’s approach to effective T&C delivery should follow suit.
Whilst L&D professionals continue to play a leading role in supporting thousands of tenured and new recruits to meet the demands of remote working during Covid-19, maintaining and improving competency is a completely different proposition.
In this article, artificial intelligence providers Elephants Don’t Forget analyse the use of gamification in the workplace, and whether its a win-win situation for every employee
Employees First, Customers Second: Turning your approach to Training and Competence upside down in 2021
How have consumers redefined the rules of engagement? What is the new reality of Training and Competence in 2021 in terms of culture, brand, and financial performance for regulated firms? Find out more in this collaborative on-demand webinar from Adrian Harvey, CEO of Elephants Don’t Forget and Lynne Hargreaves, Director at ClearStep Consulting.
I was researching a new Purple Paper on governance standards during Covid-19 when Ryan, our Head of Marketing, sent me a link to a “Port Mouse Jiggler”. Now I must confess I thought the young man may have inadvertently sent me a link to some adult entertainment site!
Is L&D simply being viewed as a ‘make do and mend’ function right now by some firms, and are the remote digital learning innovations now being offered to employees making a positive difference at all?
It appears that the FCA is getting the message and is righty questioning what additional steps firms are taking to ensure governance standards are at least as robust now in a WFH environment as they were before C19 hit.
Is the annual e-learning refresher training – doubtless supplemented with ad hoc simulation training – enough to ensure your employees really are cyber secure?
Fintech Times: When it Comes to Training and the Financial Sector – Is Work From Home Actually Working?
Many, perhaps most people, love the idea of a future of working from home (WFH), especially if they have space and facilities. But amid all the euphoria and social media hype, some are asking the question, at what costs to the employer, the customer, and the integrity of the sector?
The goal of the FCA is to ensure honest and fair markets for individuals, businesses, and the economy as a whole. The Authority does this by protecting consumers, protecting the financial markets, and promoting competition
Many employers are now reporting the ‘new normal’ is delivering lower business performance and increasingly many are questioning whether working from home is the root cause.
In our most popular Purple Paper, we unlock the science behind how organisations can gain competitive advantage by deploying the best training methods to ensure your training is expertly delivered and consistently retained by your employees.
Most firms operate on a tightrope balancing what’s feasible, what’s achievable and what’s affordable. The FINSERV sector in particular has a track record
Across all regulated industries firms are grappling with the issue of handling vulnerable customers. Regulators now want to see firms explicitly embed the fair treatment of vulnerable consumers into their culture
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