How to conduct a risk workshop

Governance Institute of Australia

Event outline

Attending How to conduct a risk workshop is a great way to gain an understanding and refresh your knowledge on the ISO31000:2009.

This half day workshop will provide practical tips, tools and techniques on how to run your very own risk management workshop in your organisation.

The workshop will explain what risk methodology is, principles for effective risk management and the process to follow. It will provide practical ways to monitor, review and evaluate risk.

The workshop will also help you to develop and use risk tools relating to:

  • Stakeholder communication and consultation
  • How to establishing context within a work group
  • Identify real risks, not just perceived ones, using a number of different tools
  • Analyse and evaluate risks as a group
  • Identify controls and effective treatments as a group
  • Monitor and review techniques using stakeholders

The workshop is designed for risk facilitators and risk managers who need to conduct workshops with stakeholders. It looks at how to get defensible results from your group and provides you with useful tools and templates.

Presenter
Paul Chivers, Founding Director, riskfacilitator Pty Ltd.
Paul has over a decade of experience in developing, implementing and introducing risk management frameworks, programs and systems.

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.