Communicating Risk to Executives: Five Steps for Success

The Conference Board of Canada, June 21, 2018
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If you are a risk manager and struggling to get the full attention of executives in your organization, this webinar is for you! In a context of rapid and unpredictable change, managing risks has become more important than ever. Executives understand this but with so many competing priorities and time pressures, they may not always give risk conversations the required attention.

Given these constraints, it is extremely important for a risk management professional to understand exactly how to zero in on the risk message that matters to the busy executive and deliver that message effectively.

Webinar Highlights

This 60-minute recorded webinar details the five key steps to successfully engage your executive team in risk management. In this session, Brandon shares:

  • The key steps you should consider when preparing for a meeting with executives
  • How to provide solutions rather than communicate problems that will only add to busy executives’ burden
  • How to correct course if your communication has not had the intended effect
  • Insights into what leading companies are doing to communicate risk effectively

About Brandon

Photo of Brandon P. RighiBrandon P. Righi, ARM, spearheads content development at RIMS (The Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc.). Based in RIMS’ New York City headquarters, Righi works with internal and external content creators across a variety of print and digital media to meet the educational needs of the global risk management community. He is also an integral part of RIMS’ efforts to “go global,” and has built risk education programs and content processes for the Society’s expansion in Latin America, the Middle East, Australasia, India and China.

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