This webinar give you a practical insight into sanctions, enforcement and steps to consider to help address business risks. Some of the topics covered include:
•What are sanctions?
•Case study I: Enforcement within the financial services sector
•Case study II: Enforcement within the corporate sector
•Sanctions policy checklist and key considerations in using sanctions screening tools
Join us on this webinar to listen to Graham Nicol present on why an effective and dynamic risk management framework is vital for the successful delivery of large projects, programmes or portfolios within an Infrastructure capital asset delivery environment. This webinar covers how to communicate the need and associated benefits of risk management to employees, delivery partners and stakeholders, how best to identify and assess risk (qualitatively and quantitatively), when to apply appropriate quantitative techniques, whilst challenging schedule integrity standards to support a QSRA. All of which should inform proactive decision making that aligns to projects/organisations risk culture.
Following significant revisions to the FRC’s UK Corporate Governance Code in 2018, Risk Managers should consider how they should respond to the key features of the new Code. In parallel with assessment of the implications of the updated FRC Guidance on Board Effectiveness, this webinar will review the headline features: managing risk culture, the role of the Board in governance and risk, the importance of stakeholders in risk assessment and why Risk Managers should focus on Board effectiveness evaluations. Setting risk management in the context of more demanding governance requirements will bring greater recognition, but is also more challenging.
Resilience is achieved through a combination of the organisations agility, decision making and effective management of risk, that will ultimately protect and increase value of the organisation for its stakeholders.
Risks do materialise. As such, building resilience to enable organisations to become more resilient, ensuring they can recover quickly and effectively from major operational disruption and strategic crisis events is vital.
This unique webinar gives you the insights to understand why taking an integrated approach to resilience management allows you to add and protect value and absorb and adapt to change.
The discussion will focus on how put into action the core elements to prevent, respond to, recover and learn from disruptions in your own organisation.
This webinar focuses on informing professionals working within insurance on the benefits of getting qualified with the IRM.
Topics include: IRM background, qualifications overview, distance learning, blended learning and benefits of studying including insights from our students in "The student experience and what I’ve gained"
It seems clear that the basic frameworks and principles that have supported corporate risk and crisis management for the last twenty-five years are beginning to be outpaced by the scale and scope of the emergent risks that we are now facing.This webinar covers the main themes of corporate risk & crisis management and the development of organisational frameworks that can support effective risk and crisis management planning at the highest level. This webinar is based on the Level 5 Award in Corporate Risk and Crisis Management being hosted by the IRM from 29th-31st October.
This session offers benchmarking on how Risk leaders conduct business continuity processes, and balance these initiatives with risk management objectives.
Join this webinar and listen to Gartner present our guidance on 3 foundational BCM elements. The webinar is based on our research and best practice insights:
• The essentials of Business Continuity Management – what are the key components, the BCM lifecycle, the current top threats, who owns BCM and relevant standards
• Why BCM is critical to every organisation – including a review of recent incidents and their impact plus the benefits of a BCM program
• How to build a great Table Top exercise to test your BC program – the steps involved, the players needed and our recommendations for success
These insights can be used to build your BCM program if you are starting and also to review your existing program against our guidance and insights.
Ian Beale - Principal Executive Advisor, CEB, now Gartner
Join this webinar to review the latest emerging risks benchmarking survey results from CEB, now Gartner and learn how your peers identify and manage the big over-the-horizon risks to their organisations. In particular:
• Understand the latest emerging risks affecting the corporate landscape
• Explore industry-specific perceptions of emerging risk
• Identify key risk indicators and metrics used to track emerging risks
• Uncover “Risk Meteors” that could quickly affect your organisation
The webinar will focus on the new interactive and face-to-face, Blended Learning workshops for the International Certificates which will reinforce your understanding of the material and help you develop the practical skills needed to put your learning into practice.
Carolyn Williams, IRM Director of Corporate Relations
Enhance your career with the IRM
Whatever stage you are at in your career, our qualifications will help you to develop your risk management skills and knowledge that can be applied immediately, no matter which sector, organisation or country you work in. Studying with us also demonstrates your credibility with employers.
Studying with the world’s leading professional body for risk management with a global reputation as offering the gold standard of risk qualifications, you will be drawing on theory and practice, and utilising real life examples.
Our qualifications are developed by leading academics and risk practitioners across the world, ensuring our qualifications are highly practical and meet industry needs with the required academic rigor.
Find out how to enhance your career and earning potential.
In today's increasingly global work environment, more employees than ever before are making material decisions on behalf of the organization, and these decisions don't always adequately account for risks to the enterprise.
This webinar will provide an overview of how to define your organisation’s level of ‘risk appetite’, helping you to determine the most relevant approach for drafting your organization’s risk appetite statements, assess stakeholders’ preferred risk-taking posture and write impactful risk appetite statements.
Every organisation has invested recently in their assurance functions – budgets in compliance have grown by 10%, InfoSec by 17%, and ERM by 22% - but significant failures and incidents continue to occur. In addition, operational management regularly complain of assurance fatigue and ExCo’s increasingly demand a holistic approach to risk management or a “single view of the truth”.
Ian Beale, executive advisor at CEB, has more than 20 years' experience in the field of audit and risk. He relishes variety and new intellectual challenges, which proves useful in his role advising companies on critical and emerging risk and audit issues. On a daily basis, Ian works with global companies to identify risk priorities and areas of focus in a world that is rapidly changing.
The continued growth in size and frequency of costly data breaches has increased the pressure on senior leadership and Boards of Directors to take a rigorous approach to understanding and managing cyber security risk. With this in mind, ERM teams are being asked to weigh in the organization’s response to these risks. Join this webinar to learn from CEB how your peers manage and report on cyber security risks and work with their Information Security counterparts to ensure that their organisations are prepared for the inevitable cyber-attack.
Suzanne Crouch, Director of Training at Sologic will deliver a 40 minute webinar on Root Cause Analysis combining level 1 and level 2: Senior Investigator. Suzanne will speak about the cause-effect relationship of events and the impact they have on your job role and your organisation. RCA identifies ways to stop negative events reoccurring, while examining successful events to help you replicate their positive characteristics.
RCA Level 2; Senior Investigator: creates understanding of the critical elements needed to lead an effective investigation, produce credible results, and the steps required to protect the credibility and integrity of the investigation team, the problem owner, and any impacted parties.
CEB's Ian Beale presents a 60 minute webinar on 'Risk in the Boardroom' with guest speakers: Carolyn Saint, CAE, University of Virginia and Louis Cooper, IRM approved trainer and Chief Executive of the Non-Executive Directors' Association