The COVID-19 pandemic has stress-tested risk management processes in charities, in some cases to almost breaking point. What have we learned from this experience and how does it lead us to rethink risk management going forward?
Join us for our latest Charity Update webinar on Thursday 12 November. Aimed at charity trustees and executive managers, the session will cover:
- How the risk landscape has changed
- Grey Rhinos and Black Swans – horizon scanning and predictable risks
- Charities’ experience of risk management in the pandemic – breakout session
- Risk response – agility and dynamism
- Rethinking risk appetite
- Risk management tools
We have allocated time during the session to hold breakout groups in which you will be encouraged to discuss with your fellow charity peers your experience of risk management during the pandemic. Chatham House rules will apply and you will not have to use your video or microphone if you prefer not (though we do encourage this for a better engaging discussion).
11.30am – Webinar begins
11.50am – Breakout sessions
12.00pm – main session continues
12.15pm – Q&A
Jill Halford, National Head of Charities
Sarah Hillary, Charities Partner, Risk and Advisory Services
Stuart May, Charities Senior Manager, Risk and Advisory Services
Please send any questions you would like us to cover in the webinar to [email protected].