Benjamin’s innovative card-based approach was warmly received by the ECEC 2022 audience and behavioural science expert Christian Hunt asked him about it during a backstage interview. Benjamin started experimenting with card tricks during the Covid-19 pandemic as a way to help deal with the crisis before realising that he could apply his new skill to trainings. The cards could be leveraged to change an audience’s perception on the issue, allow them to see the magic and, ultimately, to create a much better training experience.
For companies, there are a number of effective strategies that can be employed to prevent corruption. A strong tone from the top should focus on the importance of ethics and transparency while a far-ranging anti-bribery and corruption programme should also be pursued with regular training sessions for staff. Modern compliance tools such as a digital whistleblowing system are also highly effective in deterring corruption in addition to limiting the fallout once it actually occurs. You can find everything you need to know about how to build an effective anti-bribery and corruption programme here.
Benjamin is working on a book called “Greed, Power, Shame” which will be available later this year, initially in the German language.