Wednesday, October 13, 2021: 9am – 12pm and
Wednesday, October 27, 2021: 9am – 12pm
Effective risk management is an important investment in the face of continuing uncertainty; it is worth the effort and is essential to advancing the missions of the organizations we serve.
Whether you know that your organization needs a risk management plan but are not sure where to start or you have some basics in place and want to take your plan to the next level, this training will provide you with the building blocks for a comprehensive and effective risk management plan, customized for your organization and its unique risk profile.
Designed for management, board, and staff, this training is divided into two half-day sessions, held two weeks apart to allow for reflection and integration as you learn. Full of tools, tips and resources, the workshop will be highly interactive, incorporating your real-life situations and pulling from the wisdom and experience of the group. Organizations are encouraged to register with two participants, one from each of their board and staff teams.
Session 1: An overview of risk management, the process, and useful tools and resources to identify, evaluate, and prioritize risks for your organization. Wednesday, October 13, 2021: 9am – 12pm
Session 2: Emerging risks for the nonprofit sector, strategies to mitigate against the most important risks facing your organization, the role of the Board, and how to inspire a risk aware culture. Wednesday, October 27, 2021: 9am – 12pm
Register a second participant from your organization and receive a $25 discount on your second ticket.
Registration for the workshop includes Sessions 1 and 2. Attendance at both sessions is required for full benefit of the training. The group will be limited to 16 participants and is open for up to 2 registrants per organization.Registration is through Eventbrite. A Zoom link will be sent to registrants in advance of the training.
Trainer Leslie Tamagi has more than 25 years experience as CEO of diverse organizations and understands firsthand the complex challenges facing management, staff, and boards in the nonprofit sector. In 2007, she received a Muttart Foundation Fellowship to study risk management in the sector. For more than a decade she has worked with nonprofit organizations, providing training and supporting them through their risk management journeys. She is passionate about supporting leaders to be successful and is currently consulting in the nonprofit sector in many aspects of leadership, including risk management.