The key principle of risk management is that it creates and protects value. The challenge for risk professionals is that legacy cultures undervalue risk management. They see risk more as a compliance activity than something aligned to purpose, values and designed to help drive a successful strategy.
As strategy specialist Peter Drucker said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast”. And so, risk culture, as a subset of culture, eats risk management for lunch. Leaving you, the risk professional, wondering how you can change hearts and minds – fast.
This course will provide you with a multi-faceted approach to assessing and improving risk culture. It will also give you the ability to develop forward-looking metrics to enable you to tangibly measure and evidence positive culture change. In turn, you will shift from being seen as corporate cop to corporate builder of a strong cultural fabric. Delivering a risk intelligent workforce.