Corporate culture and people risk — lessons from the Royal Commission

Governance Institute of Australia

Event outline

As the Hayne Royal Commission interrogates the enormous failings in culture in our leading financial institutions, organisations across sectors are urgently examining their own culture, and the people risk inherent to poor conduct and culture.

This briefing draws on reflections and learnings from the national discussion on corporate culture and conduct risk. It looks at practical strategies to define, implement, measure and monitor good culture and ethical conduct, and the effective communication and management of people risk. It examines the sub-sets and shadow cultures that can derail value led organisational culture, and discusses how to better understand, identify and manage this.

Key insights

  • Lessons from the Royal Commission
  • Directors duties with regards to culture and people risk
  • Identifying and understanding the shadow cultures
  • Day to day challenges for culture and people risk
  • Effective communication of drivers for people risk
  • Embedding value led behaviours, empowerment and enabling positive outcomes

You’ll benefit from attending if…

You are a board member, company secretary or management executive, who seeks better ways to implement cultural alignment and strengthen visibility and oversight for boards and management alike of conduct and people risk.

Dates & registration

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Provider information

The Governance Institute of Australia is the peak body for over 7,000 governance and risk professionals. It is the leading independent authority on best practice in board and organisational governance and risk management.