08 August, 2013 | (01 hr)
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Too often executive management does not think proactively of reputational risk management. While many companies have a variety of functions -- compliance legal, audit, risk -- that concern themselves with aspects of reputation risk management, too often these efforts are disorganized or in silos. The CEO and the executive team need to take responsibility for this area, but the buck doesn't stop with them. Ultimate accountability for reputation risk management lies with the board of directors, but too often they too do not seem to be prepared for this type of oversight.
This webcast will outline several specific measures that senior executives and board members involved with risk management can consider to improve reputational risk oversight and practice within a company.
In viewing, participants will:
- Explore the world of reputation risk management
- Understand what the CEO's role in reputation risk management should be
- Review the role of the board in reputation risk oversight
- Learn specific take-aways for improving executive & board performance in reputation risk management
Audience: Senior executives including functional executives (general counsels, CFO, COO, CEO, chief compliance and ethics officer, heads of audit, HR, risk, CSR, Investor Relations), members of boards of directors and more specifically audit committee, governance committee and risk committee members
Richard M. Levy, Ph.D.
Richard Levy has been chairman of the Varian Medical Systems Board of Directors since 2002. He was CEO of the company from 1999 to 2006.
Levy holds a bachelor's degree from Dartmouth College and a doctorate in nuclear chemistry from ... Full Bio
Andrea Bonime-Blanc, JD, PhD
Dr. Bonime-Blanc is CEO and founder of GEC Risk Advisory LLC, a global governance, risk, ethics, compliance and corporate responsibility management consulting and board advisory firm (www.GECRisk.com). Client assignments include strategic governan... Full Bio