This conference will take place on May 6 – 7, 2015 at the Conference Board, New York, NY. The full title of the event is “The Global Risk, Integrity & Reputation Annual Conference Developing a Strategic and Tactical Approach in the Age of Hyper-Transparency.”
This conference will bring together cross-disciplinary experts and executives, board leaders and practitioners, to discuss the increasingly complex yet interconnected world of global risk, integrity and reputation. In this complex world it is no longer possible to view these as discrete issues handled in silos by various corporate functions and departments. Risk, integrity and reputation are all part of the same complex whole and, for survival as well as success, need to be handled in a strategic and tactically smart and effective manner.
The Global Risk, Integrity and Reputation conference brings together experts in various fields – risk management, ethics, compliance, legal, public relations, government and public affairs, communications, reputation management, audit, HR, strategy, innovation, executive management and boards – to share practical experiences, learn the latest on risk, integrity and reputation management and understand what the global trends in these areas confront global actors are today.
Benefits of attending and key take-aways participants should expect include:
How to create a more cross-disciplinary and integrated approach to issues of risk, integrity and reputation management
Creating a strategic approach to risk, integrity and reputation
Understanding the emerging and critical concept of reputation risk and why it matters
Learning from peers and benchmarking what other companies are doing
Understanding the latest trends in enterprise risk management
Understanding the latest trends in integrity, ethics and compliance programs
Peering into the future to see how the global corporation of tomorrow might handle these issues
Who should attend:
A cross-disciplinary functional and business audience is encouraged to attend including the following executives and their staffs: Chief risk and ERM officers, Chief ethics, compliance, integrity officers, CSR/corporate responsibility officers, General counsels and legal professionals, Corporate secretaries and governance professionals, Public relations, public affairs, external and government affairs officers and specialists, Marketing and sales professionals, Human resources, talent, organizational and leadership professionals, Business leaders in strategy, innovation and product development and Board directors.
Agenda topics include:
The Present & Future of Risk Management: Breaking New Ground or Stuck in the Past?
Jeff Pratt, General Manager, ERM, Microsoft
How Does GRC Technology Help Or Hinder Us In Our Cross-Functional Work?
Eric Young, Chief Compliance Officer, BNP Paribas
Crisis Management: An Exercise including Risk, Integrity & Reputation Issues
Jacqueline E. Brevard
Andrea Bonime-Blanc, Author, The Reputation Risk Handbook
What is Integrity & How do You Build it?
Willem Punt, First Rand Bank
Craig Dinsell, Psynet
The Future Of Integrity
An interactive presentation and conversation with futurist Eric Meade, Chairman of the World Future Society, Executive Coach & Futurist, Expotential Consulting LLC
What’s Social Media Got to do with it? A World Gone Social
Co-Author, A World Gone Social: How Companies Must Adapt to Survive
What’s Trust Got to do with it?
An Interactive Presentation of the 2015 Edelman Trust Barometer Results
Ben Boyd, Deputy Chairman, Practices & Sectors and Global Corporate Practice Chair, Edelman
How Is Reputation Risk Connected To Building Organizational Integrity?
Andrea Bonime-Blanc, CEO, GEC Risk Advisory, Author, The Reputation Risk Handbook
Nir Kossovsky, CEO Steel City, Author, Reputation, Stock Price & You
The GM Ignition Switch Case: An Interactive Workshop about Leadership & Culture
Robert Bruce Shaw, Managing Principal, PMCG Author, Leadership Blindspots
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