17 October, 8:30am — 12:00pm, London
What if you could enhance your risk identification process, better facilitate risk conversations, reveal awkward risks and black swans, and present those risks to the leadership with clarity and insight? VinciWorks invites you to attend a risk identification masterclass to learn breakthrough techniques and develop your own risk identification toolkit. This class will provide you with the skills and confidence required to identify risks at a whole new level through a safe and constructive process.
Location: A beautiful Law Society venue in central London (113 Chancery Lane, WC2A 1PL)
Cost: The event will cost £149 per delegate and £99 for each additional delegate.
Who should attend?
This masterclass is for anyone in your organisation who is responsible for creating, managing and updating risk registers. While this is often a member of a risk management team, it could also be a department head, such as HR, IT, Facilities etc.
- Enhance your risk identification process and better facilitate risk conversations
- How to apply the techniques and templates from the session at your own organisation
- Understanding of the latest methods for effective risk identification
- Knowledge of the biases and pitfalls in risk identification and how to avoid them
About VinciWorks’ Risk and Advisory Services
Founded in 2004, VinciWorks is a leading provider of risk management, business continuity and compliance advice, tools and training. With over 250,000 users across 70 countries, VinciWorks has established itself as the definitive authority in online solutions for governance, risk and compliance.
The VinciWorks Risk and Advisory team bring deep domain experience and extensive knowledge of best practice methodologies. Trained at Airmic, BCI and the IRM, they have continued to be thought leaders in the risk management arena, regularly publishing white papers, articles and delivering masterclasses, conference presentations and seminars. They have worked closely with over 50 CROs, risk management teams and boards at organisations across the globe, designing and implementing ERM frameworks; introducing software to digitise risk processes and driving a risk aware culture through training and workshops.