Risky Business: Tools & Strategies to Safeguard Your Organization

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Risky Business: Tools & Strategies to Safeguard Your Organization


On Demand Webinar
Duration: 1 Hr
Strategically implementing a risk management program is essential to minimize or eliminate events that contribute to losses. There should be a systematic approach to risk management tied to an organization's mission, with a deliberate focus to ensure quality. This can be especially challenging for smaller organizations that lack a dedicated risk management department, but a systematic approach is just as important for success.

This session will highlight strategies and techniques to identify, manage and report on areas of risk such as human resources, governance and finance as well as critical incident reporting and technology, including the electronic management of information.

Learning Objectives:
  • Recognize reasons why organizations should focus on risk management
  • Identify various ways to mitigate risk related to technology
  • Calculate vulnerability and prioritize risks as part of completing a risk assessment 
Please note: this webinar is a free event, and no CEUs or certificates of participation are provided. All registrants will receive a copy of the recorded webinar and slides if you cannot attend the live event.


Jennifer Flowers, MBA
Accreditation Guru, Inc.
Jennifer Flowers, MBA, a nationally renowned expert in the accreditation arena and nonprofit governance, is the founder and CEO of Accreditation Guru, Inc. With 20+ years of experience in the field, Jennifer is exceptionally qualified to assist organizations to become nationally accredited. Jennifer’s expertise also includes strategic planning, board of directors’ education/development, quality improvement program design and risk management strategies. Prior to founding Accreditation Guru in 2009, she served as the Director of Accreditation Commission at the Council on Accreditation (COA).