Audience Analysis: Learning and analyzing your employees is a step that can make your course more appealing to them.
Illusion of Choice: By providing your employees the illusion of choice, they will be able to increase the value of the course in a number of ways.
Engaging Storyline: Policies in compliance courses can be told in the form of scenarios that grab the interest of your employees engross them and enable them to retain and absorb the hidden rules.
Include fun factor: Games, videos, and animations can be used to add fun factor to the course.
Micro Courses: Breaking your compliance courses into digestible modules whenever possible, is yet another way to make them more interesting to your employees.
Source from CommLab India
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