Have you ever heard the saying “death by PowerPoint?”
This same statement can easily transfer to compliance as “death by training,” because when we keep talking over and over about a topic without explaining the ‘why’ people tend to forget or lose interest.
Sometimes we tend to create “cookie cutter” training that have nothing to do with the practice specialty. To prevent this from happening, the key is to provide real-life work examples that apply directly to your employee’s position/specialty and an explanation of ‘why’ because it will be more memorable.
To drive this point even further, if you find it’s difficult to explain hard concepts to your team, the following article from Lifehacker explains:
Again, employees, want to see the meaning behind “why” they do things and where they fit into making the workplace ethical and secure.
The more you put off explaining the ‘why,’ errors will continue to increase within your practice.
If you use the tips above, before you know it, your employees will be explaining the ‘why’ back to you.
**The opinions and observations from the group/author are not a promise to exempt your practice from fines and penalties. Research, modify, and tailor the advice to fit your specialty.