Webcast | Risk as a Team Sport: How Company Leaders Can Collaborate to Create Greater Efficiencies and Mitigate Key Risks2018-03-21T10:47:00+00:00

Risk as a Team Sport: How Company Leaders Can Collaborate to Create Greater Efficiencies and Mitigate Key Risks

March 20, 2018 | 12:00pm – 1:00pm ET

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This webcast features cross functional risks management insights companies face today.

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Presentation Slides

Access the presentation material used during the webcast and use the data, charts, and graphs focused on risk.

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Special Report

Highlighting real world examples of how leading companies are tackling some of these issues.

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SPEAKERS INCLUDE

Emanuele “Manny” Conti
CEO & Director, Opus

Leila Borbor, Global Communications and Digital Manager, JLL

Erica Salmon Byrne 
Executive Director,  Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA), Ethisphere

Global companies face a vast array of enterprise risks, most of which require the attention of multiple business leaders and departments.  But all too often, the responsibility for individual risks falls on specific functions — whether the office of the GC, CFO, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer (CECO), CISO, etc.

Effectively and efficiently managing enterprise risks means tackling these risks as a team. Today, C-suite leaders and functions must collaborate to help mitigate the biggest challenges and risks companies face, from information security to ethical challenges to rising reputational risk.

Join Ethisphere and our expert speakers for this webcast, where we will:

  • Share insight into the key, cross functional risks companies face today and how leaders and departments can work together to ensure these risks are properly managed

  • Banding together to combat critical areas such as anti-corruption, cyber security, third party risks and more

  • Discuss best practices in how their companies create communication channels across roles, implement the right tools, and work efficiently to use them to stay ahead of risk