Spotlight: How can you fill the gap between intention and action and become more resilient?
“If white collar crimes are facilitated by well trained first class professionals who have already been thought the rules: what do we need to be doing differently? Clearly, it is not a question of the professional not knowing how to make a good or right decision, they know this. In most cases they know the right thing to do. So, the problem is more that there’s a gap between what they have been taught, the head knowlegde that they have acquired and what they actually do when they get into the work field. How can we fill this gap?“
In the latest episode of the Spotlight podcast, Dr. Abiola Makinwa talks about how her newly completed IntegrityDLM aims to fill those gaps by training young undergraduates how to act in the right way and become more resilient towards ethnical difficulties. She also explains how the digital learning module fits into the vision of the compliance module and the competence of global awareness.