What will participants learn from the Webinar?
The Webinar covers the following:
Who should attend?
Middle- to senior-level managers, who are involved with risk management, corporate-strategy development, financial management, asset management; all C-suite executives; and board members.
Strategic Exposure Group
Organizations become victims of meltdown crises because of a very common oversight. This oversight consists of the failure to distinguish between extreme exposure from the known, or what can be envisioned, and extreme exposure from the unknown, or what can’t be envisioned. The implications of this oversight can be profound when faced with a meltdown crisis. The approach that works in everyday life is predicated upon the ability to prevent and mitigate adversities, and is not useful against catastrophic adversities that can’t be envisioned and prevented.
This oversight leads to a false sense of security, as managers may not realize that, despite their emphasis on disciplined risk management, the unknown remains unaddressed … until facing a crisis.
It sounds simple and easy to correct, but it is not. Appreciating this difference is only the first, but a critical step in addressing the unknown. It also requires an explicit approach to develop and implement a framework of solutions to ensure that the organization can survive meltdowns that can’t be prevented.
Please contact us by clicking hereif you would like to register for our Webinar to learn how to address these critical issues effectively. You can also reach us via email at Info@StrategicExposureGroup.com
The Webinar: Surviving Meltdowns That Can’t Be Prevented
Employing case studies of companies from a range of industries, we have developed a 2-hour webinar to help managers and board members gain an effective understanding of the exposure arising from the unknown and how to address it in their respective roles. We deliver this webinar online to help participants learn about a disciplined framework to address the un-anticipatable and how to develop and implement it.
The webinar includes conceptual analyses, discussions of examples and case studies, and steps to develop and implement the framework. It requires no prior background in risk management or quantitative models, and is delivered free of jargons or quant formulas. Each session of the Webinar is limited to an audience of 6 participants to enable discussions in the context of issues specific to their individual situations, and costs US$1,300 per participant.