The ability to effectively communicate the value of ERM is a key soft skill for ERM practitioners and executive champions. One of the most powerful tools that ERM practitioners and executives have at their disposal to advance the next generation of ERM, is telling compelling stories about ERM successes. Compelling storytelling about ERM success can help leaders and staff emotionally buy into ERM as a mindset, and can help raise the visibility and impact of ERM across the organization.
Speakers: Christine Jones, Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary for Finance, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
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