Enterprise Risk Oversight for Directors (RSK)
Understand how to better identify and address critical risks, how risks are interconnected and recognize the potential compounding effects of risks.
While COVID-19 and political disruptions pose ongoing threats, they have also accelerated and exposed other existing hazards. Cybersecurity vulnerabilities, lack of emergency preparedness, supply chain disruption, reputation risk management in the digital age, and many other internal and external dangers are forcing boards to take a more proactive approach to risk oversight.
As the scope of risk oversight expands beyond strategic and operational risks, organizations are also encountering increasing shareholder and stakeholder engagement and activism, particularly in environmental, social and corporate governance. These developments require boards to be more proactive and engaged in overseeing risk management processes.
Developed in partnership with CPA Canada, and based on the CPA Canada’s: A Framework for Board Oversight of Enterprise Risk, Enterprise Risk Oversight for Directors will equip you with a greater awareness of the board’s role, including value creation, and how to engage in the risk oversight process constructively.
Understand how to better identify and address critical risks, how risks are interconnected and recognize the potential compounding effects of risks. Expert faculty will guide you through modern-day case studies and exercises where you will apply the concepts of the framework in circumstances that organizations may face today.
ICD.Ds: $950 plus applicable taxes
ICD Members: $1050 plus applicable taxes
Non-Members: $1,500 plus applicable taxes
Non-Members who apply for admission into any short course will receive a one-year ICD membership (value of $450).
|April 4, 2024
|4:30 PM ET
|April 25, 2024
|10:00 AM - 3:00 PM ET
More about the course
Participants will benefit from the collective knowledge, insights and guidance of a best-in-class teaching team with diverse experience across a variety of types of boards.
Robert (Bob) McFarlane, ICD.D
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