What it Means to be a Resilient Risk Leader – 2021

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Josh Vogel, GSA
Curtis McNeil, Architect of the Capitol
Jessica Southwell, Dept. of Labor
Moderator: Bobbi-Jo Pankaj, Grant Thornton Public Sector, LLC

Have you ever wondered why some ERM programs are more successful than others? We believe that being a resilient leader is key to having a successful ERM program. Join us for a discussion on key attributes of a resilient leader and strategies that risk leaders can use to launch and sustain their ERM programs. In addition, we will discuss the current environment we find ourselves in. VUCA is a phrase used in the military, but we believe our current environment can be described as volatility, uncertainty, change, and ambiguity (VUCA). Our risk leaders on the panel will discuss ways in which we can all use ERM to systemically address VUCA.

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