At the heart of the Risk Leadership Network is high-value, micro-level peer collaboration. Our aim is simple: to help risk managers exchange practical knowledge and experience in a focused and time-effective way.
By giving risk managers direct access to a diverse range of specialist experience from across the globe – including access to real case studies, tools and templates submitted by other risk managers – we help risk leaders and their teams overcome the distinct, complex challenges that matter most to them.
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Derek is responsible for risk and assurance at a multinational corporation with three full-time employees working in his team. Before he joined the firm, risk management was perceived internally as a compliance exercise. He and his team are realigning risk management to support better decision-making. With a large portfolio and competing priorities, Derek is unable to dedicate the amount of time he would like to supporting his team in conceiving and implementing new risk management ideas. He turns to the Risk Leadership Network for support.
Jennifer is a risk manager working for a regional business that operates across Asia-Pacifc. Mounting political unrest in one of the countries in which the firm operates is causing concern at a corporate level. Jennifer has already actioned some of the firm’s standard continuity policies and is confident they are managing the situation. However, a senior executive wants to understand how their approach compares with other businesses based in the affected country. She turns to the Risk Leadership Network to connect with the relevant risk managers.
Tom is the head of risk management at a mid-sized corporation. He and his team have built a strong risk framework and culture. However, they are aware they operate in markets that are experiencing a high pace of change, and are focusing more on horizon scanning to understand how they should adapt their approach in the future. In the past, Tom has relied on industry conferences to provide this intelligence. He’s now looking to supplement these insights with detailed discussions with risk practitioners outside his immediate network and geography. He turns to the Risk Leadership Network.
Laura heads up the risk management function at a global financial institution. She has a large team who are focused on identifying and managing non-financial risks. She encourages her team to collaborate with other risk practitioners, but is concerned that her team’s network is limited to the financial services sector. She sees huge value in learning from the experiences of risk practitioners in other sectors and turns to the Risk Leadership Network to connect her team with new thinking from around the world.
Graham is the chief risk officer of a global corporation. He has a large team based in multiple sites around the world. He wants to inspire his team to think differently about risk management. He provides his whole team with access to the Risk Leadership Network’s Intelligence and Expert Network services as part of their internal training and development programme. He encourages the team to identify new ways of working to share at their monthly town halls.
We help Members identify, understand, benchmark against and implement global risk management best practice quickly and cost-effectively to improve corporate performance and strategic decision-making.