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Building Better Compliance Programs with Applied Behavioral Science

Register now for this virtual workshop on November 7th or 15th

Why aren’t more employees following our data protection and cybersecurity procedures? 

How can we get more of our people to complete training modules? To declare conflicts of interest? To report unusual and potentially suspicious activity? 

In this half-day virtual workshop, Compliance and Legal professionals will learn to understand and address these challenges in a new way, through the lens of Behavioral Science.  Participants will:

1) Learn core concepts of Behavioral Science (including System 1 & 2 Thinking, Heuristics and Choice Architecture) and their relevance to Compliance efforts 

2) Be introduced to proven, practical frameworks (such as COM-B and EAST) for influencing human behavior and helping people adopt and maintain new habits

3) See how Behavioral Science can be applied in practice to drive more effective compliance efforts, through instructive case studies regarding: 

-Employee self-reporting and disclosures

-Staff engagement with compliance training and policies

-Speaking up/reporting of wrongdoing   

The group workshop will be followed by individual coaching calls with each person, to help them apply Behavioral Science to their own specific opportunity or challenge. 

You’ll emerge with a better understanding of human behavior and a set of tools to help you deliver more effective compliance policies and foster a “culture of compliance” in your organization.  


Scott’s focus and expertise is in finding “win-win-win” opportunities (that benefit companies, people and society) and in developing programs to help organizations and individuals to learn, apply and embed Behavioral Science.  He is the author of three books and over fifty published articles on Behavioral Science and Consumer Insights. Scott is a Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics (LSE), an Advisory Board Member at the University of Pennsylvania’s Masters of Behavioral & Decision Sciences (MBDS) program and a frequent guest lecturer at the University of Chicago’s Executive Education program. 

Neeraj has helped apply behavioural science to agencies and department within the criminal justice and security sector in the UK. He has previously worked within the financial services sector to assist public and private organisations with anti-money-laundering, fraud, bribery, and corruption compliance.


$750 per person or $1000 for 2-3 members of the same organization


  • Tuesday, November 7th: 9:30am–12:00pm (EST); 14:30 – 17:00 (UK) 
  • Wednesday, November 15th: 9:30am–12:00pm (EST);  14:30 – 17:00 (UK)


  • Virtual

Registration includes

  • A 2.5 hour interactive workshop with other Compliance and Legal professionals 
  • 30-min coaching call for each attendee approximately 2-4 weeks after the workshop

Register here

Please contact Scott Young ( with any questions regarding this workshop.