How Nadège Rochel of Hollister Inc. Uses Monopoly, a Deli Counter and Emotional Intelligence to Promote Compliance

For some, compliance is a dry and serious topic, but not for Nadège Rochel, global compliance manager at medical device company Hollister Incorporated. Rochel’s enthusiasm for compliance is palpable and has led her to use a monopoly-like game for her training programs and set herself up at a compliance “deli counter” where employees can take a number to talk about whatever is on their minds. The Anti-Corruption Report recently spoke with Rochel about her creative approach to compliance, the role of emotional intelligence when gaining employees’ trust and how to be taken seriously while making compliance fun. See “Charles River Labs Discusses Building a Compliance Brand” (Jan. 23, 2019).

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