4 September 2018 – Risk culture seminar in Malta

Join Alex Sidorenko, Vice-president Institute for Strategic Risk Analysis in Decision Making and Director, RISK-ACADEMY to talk about building strong risk culture. This will be a live 1-day seminar in Malta.

Topics to be covered:

  • Risk psychology and risk perception – what does 70 years of scientific research means for risk managers, the decision makers and auditors, the pros and cons of cognitive biases, limitations and contradictory research
  • Practical steps to improve risk culture:
    • Tone at the top – specific steps risk managers can do to influence the influencers
    • Roles and responsibilities – how to set, document and communicate risk management roles and responsibilities to the decision makers
    • Policies and procedures – changing the way decisions are done and the way business operates to integrate risk management principles into the day to day work
    • Training and awareness – what to train and how to train, using gamification to raise risk management awareness
    • Reporting and communication – how to integrate risk messages into existing communication and reporting channels
    • Relationships – who can help create the strong risk culture in the organization, how to join forces with other back-office functions
  • The role of the risk manager in an organization: a policeman or an advisor?

This event is a great opportunity to learn practical steps required to implement risk management that helps decision makers and adds value to the organization.

4 September 2018
MITC, TG Complex, Suite 3 Level 1, Brewery Street, Malta

Book your spot by emailing MITC info@mitcentre.com

RISK-ACADEMY offers online courses


Informed Risk Taking

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ISO31000 Integrating Risk Management

Alex Sidorenko, known for his risk management blog http://www.riskacademy.blog, has created a 25-step program to integrate risk management into decision making, core business processes and the overall culture of the organization.


Advanced Risk Governance

This course gives guidance, motivation, critical information, and practical case studies to move beyond traditional risk governance, helping ensure risk management is not a stand-alone process but a change driver for business.


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