Risk culture has emerged as a hot topic in corporate governance and risk management circles. Negative, weak or unhealthy risk cultures are implicated in a range of disasters within and across organizations. Directors, executives and senior risk practitioners are called upon to transform existing risk cultures into positive, strong and healthy alternatives. Despite widespread agreement on the general problem and solution, however, risk culture and its link with organizational performance are shrouded in confusion. What exactly is risk culture? Is it different from organizational culture and safety culture? What is its effect on objectives? How can we change risk culture? It is time for us to get serious about risk culture.
Join us for this discussion that will examine the state of the art for risk culture in organizational contexts. Our speaker, Chris Eaton, will share scholarly insights and practical approaches toward assessing and influencing risk culture that link well with organizational performance. Although risk culture can be somewhat unique within and across organizations, a few elements have been found to apply broadly. Chris will describe scientifically and practically grounded strategies that you will be able to implement in your organization. As such, this webinar is a must for senior risk practitioners, executives and directors who are accountable for assessing and influencing risk culture in the organizations they serve.