Conduct & Culture Risk
This two day course will provide delegates with an understanding of techniques and strategies that leading organisations are implementing to create a positive culture towards risk and compliance in their business.
This two day course will provide delegates with an understanding of techniques and strategies that leading organisations are implementing to create a positive culture towards risk and compliance in their business. The industry participants will also learn from an overseas perspective about guidance on the key considerations in conduct risk, risk governance issues and best practice approaches in how to build, implement and maintain a sound conduct risk programme and a culture that is both ethically and legally compliant.
What will you learn?
- Introduction to the new requirements and guidance from the Royal Commission Report to understand risk and compliance in Australia
- Build knowledge in how to implement corporate governance and build a compliant culture, through a good leadership approach and embedding key strategies that will affect cultural change
- Understand conduct risk and consider an ethical approach to create a positive organisational culture
- Be prepared for compliance audits with a clear understanding of the requirements, processes and current software
Who should attend?
Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:
- Risk Management
- The opportunity to listen to experts in the field who will share the latest approaches to compliance and culture within an organisation
- Understand rising community expectations and what it means for conduct, compliance and culture
- To be prepared and understand the practical approaches to lead cultural change in a orgainsation, as well as the importance of accountability
- You will leave ready to lead a compliance audit with the understanding of the latest requirements and software available
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