Communicating the Value of ERM, Culture and Governance: The Positive Impacts of ERM on Morale and How to Achieve Sustainable Motivation – 2018

In this 2018 Summit presentation… Over the past decade, the ERM community of practice has been making great strides in implementing ERM in the Federal government. As we sustain and improve upon these ERM programs, we can’t lose sight of the importance of motivation. We need to continue to motivate our risk management practitioners as well as our stakeholders. Hear from government leaders on the attitudes, behaviors, tone at the top and corporate values they use in managing risk and how they communicate the value of ERM, culture and governance to motivate their workforce to continue to implement and improve upon their ERM practices.
Speakers: Jennifer Hills, King County, Washington; Carissa Riddle, HUD
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