Executive Dialogue Series
Resilience Management: Anticipating and Recovering from Catastrophic Threats
Connecting company executives, stakeholders, and subject matter experts for an interactive education and networking program series
About the program
As companies move beyond the decade of disruption—from the dotcom crash to 9/11, through the financial crisis—executives who manage a wide range of risk are expected to enhance the ability of their companies to minimize the impact from unforeseen events. Many of these events, if not integrated into risk management strategy, can result in a costly assault against value and reputation—or, in extreme situations, the loss of business continuity.
Now is the time to get ahead of these pending challenges. Please join us for this series on resilience management designed to offer you actionable solutions for use in your current role and throughout your professional development.
Each full-day program (10 a.m.–4 p.m.) will be limited to 25–30 delegates and will operate under Chatham House Rules, allowing for maximum openness and engagement. Delegates will have the unique opportunity to learn from each other through a curriculum designed and led by experts with up-to-the-moment intelligence.
Our four seminars include:
- Big Data and Cyber Security: New Tools and Approaches to Increase Resiliency—October 14, 2014
- Innovation: Building Company Resilience—January 28, 2014
- The New Terrain of ERM: Opportunity and Risk—March 20, 2015
- Talent: How to Create Enduring Company Resilience— To Be Announced, 2015
- Corporate Governance and Leadership: Setting the Tone—Early March 2015
Enhance your career and expand your ability to build company resilience. Specifically:
- Learn how to prepare for, protect against, respond to, and recover from disruptive threats
- Connect with subject matter experts for support in building your company’s capacity to cope with unforeseen and costly occurrences
- Become familiar with tools available to advance the evolution of your company’s resilience program
- Gain competitive advantage over companies that do not have resilience plans
- Develop a framework to protect your company against unplanned events
Who should attend
This program is designed for company executives whose functions may or may not be solely or primarily focused on risk management. If your oversight contributes to the creation and protection of shareholder value, or if you engage with stakeholders on company operational strategy, you may qualify to participate in our program series. Your area of professional responsibility may include:
- Risk, enterprise risk, global risk
- Environment, health & safety
- Sustainability, corporate social responsibility
- Investor relations, communications, stakeholder engagement
- R&D, innovation, strategic planning
- Corporate governance, ethics & compliance
- Supply chain management, emerging markets,
- Financial oversight
Organized by INSPIRE Summits LLC.