The Human Imperative: How to Manage Risk and Build Resilience in a World of Flux

'Change is the only constant', said a wise Greek man 2,500 years ago. As organisations large and small grapple with the ripple effects of the pandemic, global inflation and the war in Ukraine, no saying could be more relevant today.
Compounded by growing polarisation, misinformation and constant social scrutiny, these dynamics create an environment in which managing risks and building resilience is harder than ever. How best to respond, whether you are in the public, private or non-profit sector?
International risk and crisis communication expert, Rod Cartwright, will guide us through the process of building organisational resilience as a cornerstone of business performance - based on the 'human imperative' and human preparedness. Exploring the impact of the post-pandemic 'expectation tsunami', he will provide practical tips and tools for managing relationship risk - both internally and externally - as the foundation of a strong, sustainable reputation.
Join Rod for a provocative, inspiring and interactive session, equipping you with ideas and techniques for making your organisation, your people and yourself more resilient, in a world of constant change and escalating risk.


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The event is working in collaberation with Rod Cartwright Consulting.



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