Certified Coaching in Enterprise Risk Management

6-Week Online Learning Course Facilitated by Dr. Christopher Ketcham, Author & ERM Thought Leader

Next Start Dates: 07 September 2015, 09 November 2015

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This course will use a practical approach to reflect upon critical aspects of enterprise risk management (ERM) that risk managers have found to be challenging. The course will include facilitated workshops, case studies, and some lecture. In exercises you will be assigned a role to engage the needs and concerns of different stakeholders who are integral to the risk management process. At the end of each session, you will be given an opportunity to note lessons learned and follow-up items in your “Our Risk Management Plan” in the participant notebook so that you can begin applying these ideas immediately. Cases, exercises, and workshops will be drawn from different types of organizations in order to enrich and diversify the subjects.

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How it Works?

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Course Agenda

Week 1

  1. Participant Self Introductions
  2. Presentation 1 – Strategy and ERM: Building that can be Measured and Risk Managed
  3. Q&A Forum
  4. Exercise 1 – ERM & Strategy Development

Week 2

  1. Presentation 2 – Making the Value Case for ERM
  2. Q&A Session
  3. Exercise 2 – Defining Value of ERM
  4. Presentation 3 – The Structure of Risk Management in an Enterprise
  5. Q&A Session
  6. Exercise 3 – Determine the reporting structure for risk management and explain to senior management why this should be the structure.

Week 3

  1. Presentation 4 – Enterprise-Wide Critical Risk Identification and Assessment
  2. Q&A Forum
  3. Exercise 4 – Risk Identification and Assessment

Week 4

  1. Presentation 5 – Resiliency and Sustainability: Developing a Crisis Team for the Incalculable Crisis
  2. Q&A Forum
  3. Exercise 5 – Crisis Management
  4. Presentation 6 – Project Risk Management
  5. Q&A Forum
  6. Exercise 6 – Project Risk Management

Week 5

  1. Presentation 7 – The Problem of Obtaining Good Accurate Data
  2. Q&A Forum
  3. Exercise 7 – Data Identification
  4. Presentation 8 – Communication and Consulting: Simplifying Risk Management for all Stakeholders
  5. Q&A Forum
  6. Exercise 8 – Risk Management Communication

Week 6

  1. Presentation 9 – When ERM Becomes Stale: How To Keep the Organization Engaged in ERM when Priorities Change.
  2. Q&A Forum
  3. Exercise  9 – ERM Implementation Roadblocks

What the past participants say?

The content was on point, the exercises made sense - but Chris' feedback and commentary was the best part. His experience and perspective made the course come alive. I had reservations about how an online class would work - but they were unfounded; it was a great experience. Thank you.
George Paturalski
Director / Risk Management, Environmental Solutions Group, USA
I liked the journey as a whole. There were daunting moments but Chris is very supportive.
Stephen Gilmore
Risk Manager / Lowell Group, UK
I like the combination of theory, case study and exercises. Now I can develop my dissertation on corporate governance with much more confidence when I discuss the relevance of ERM for the enterprise.
Indalecio Alvarez
Brazil
I have moved a major step and have been enriched by the responses that Chris was returning attached to our assignments.
Moses Kapanga
Senior Manager / Risk, Telone Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd, Zimbabwe
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Flexible and Convenient. No time off from work.

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Certificate of Completion

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Introduction note from Dr. Christopher Ketcham

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Facilitated by Dr. Christopher Ketcham, Author & ERM Thought Leader

christopherDr.Christopher Ketcham, Ph.D., CPCU, CRM, CIC, CFP® is the former Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Houston Downtown Department of Business, in the Insurance and Risk Management Department. He and co-author Jean-Paul Louisot have written two practical texts on enterprise risk management. First in 2009, Enterprise Risk Management: Developing and Implementing was written for The Institutes as the first textbook for their ARMe designation program. The second book entitled Enterprise Risk Management: Issues and Cases from Wiley and Sons, was written in 2014. It includes case studies and interviews with practicing risk managers who reflect upon successes, challenges, and even disappointments. Dr. Ketcham’s mission is to develop practical and useful ways of helping risk managers present the case for and then successfully implement ERM in their organizations. This effort includes developing and facilitating hands-on practical classes and writing texts that present the tools and processes that risk managers have found to be most successful in their organizations. Dr. Ketcham has a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin, a Masters from St.John’s University in Manhattan, and a Bachelor’s degree from Union College in Schenectady, New York. He also has experience in commercial lines underwriting for AIG and as a broker for Sentry Insurance.

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Who Should Attend?

  • C-Level Executives
  • Board Members
  • Managing Directors
  • General Managers
  • Financial Controllers

 

    • Director of  Risk
    • Risk Managers
    • Head of Risk
    • Risk Analysts
    • Risk Consultants

     

      • Chief Audit Executives
      • Internal Audit Managers
      • Director of Internal Audit
      • Internal Auditors
      • GRC Auditors

       

        • Compliance Executives
        • Strategic Planners
        • Board Members
        • IT Managers
        • IT Security Managers

         

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