ABOUT THE COURSE
Leverage risk to improve governance and performance.
This half-day workshop explores how effective risk oversight at board level can be leveraged to improve governance, performance, resilience and competitive advantage.
It examines risk strategy, risk culture and their effects on organisational performance. You will consider the interconnected nature of risk, including how one risk event can have a domino-like impact on other areas of governance. You will review risk management at board level, with a focus on setting risk appetite and the role of risk committees.
This short course is suitable for experienced directors and executives involved in managing and overseeing risk.
We recommend that participants complete the Company Directors Course, the International Company Directors Course, or have at least five years’ boardroom experience before undertaking this course.
This short course covers key aspects of governing organisational risk and the critical relationship between risk, strategy and operations.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Consider processes for setting and reviewing risk appetite and the relationship between organisational culture and risk appetite.
- Analyse the impact of organisational culture on risk.
- Examine the interrelationship between risk, strategy and organisational performance.
- Review the function of the board’s risk committee.
- Discuss how to ensure that the board is receiving appropriate reports from its enterprise risk management system
Applied Risk Governance is delivered over one half day and is led by expert facilitators with real-world governance experience.
Mode of study
The course consists of interactive working session and group discussions, led by your facilitator.
One half-day session (3.5 hours + 2 hours pre-reading)
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