The People Dimension in the Risk Equation - Event

I will be speaking at the following event in London on the 8th December. 
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The People Dimension in the Risk Equation - An introduction to the Risk Type Compass Tool.

Date and Time: Tuesday December 8th, Registration 8:00am - 8:30am (Breakfast Included).  Event 8:30am to 11:00am (See agenda below)
Location - KPMG London, 15 Canada Square, London, E14 5GL.


Event co-sponsored by PCL and KPMG.

Admittance is complimentary, registration is required in advance. Click here to register. Places are limited. 

EVENT DETAILS
A discussion on how ‘Risk Types’ can be psychometrically measured using Psychological Consultancy's (PCL) powerful Risk Type Compass tool, and how this can be applied in a financial risk and business context.

The Risk Type Compass tool is a dynamic next generation psychometric assessment tool which provide fresh perspectives on human factor risk and establish a new front in the risk performance and management drive. Benefits of using the Risk Type Compass include improving hiring and recruitment for trading, investment, sales and key business roles, helping improve people's performance as traders and investment managers, building high-performing boards and teams, enhancing client service, developing and accrediting auditors and improving risk culture.

Risk personality impacts our risk judgements at every level: how we feel, what we perceive and how we react to risk. It introduces a systemic bias that significantly influences the decision-making and behavior of individuals, teams and organisations.

This event will be of interest to Heads of Trading and Investment businesses and Senior Managers, Senior Risk, Regulatory, Compliance and Surveillance managers, HR managers, Learning & Development Staff, Talent Managers, Recruitment Managers, etc.

Agenda:

08:00 - 08:30 Registration - Breakfast provided, teas, coffees
08:30 – 08:35 Introduction : Mike Wilson, KPMG
08:35 – 08:50 A round-up of recent rogue trading and market abuse cases, and what they tell us: James Maycock, KPMG
08:50 – 09:10 The regulatory landscape arising from these cases: Rabya Anwar, KPMG
09:10 – 09:30 New technologies available for monitoring trader behaviour: Rob Weston, KPMG
09:30 – 09:50 The Human Factor in Risk Management: Geoff Trickey, MD at Psychological Consultancy
09:50 - 10:05 : Coffee break
10:05 – 10:25 How understanding Risk Type can impact individual performance: Steven Goldstein, Managing Director at Chrysalis Performance Coaching
10:25 - 10:45 Examines Risk Type and team performance, focusing on boards: Ruth Murray-Webster, Director, Change Portfolio at Associated British Ports Ltd
10:45 – 11:00 : Q and A Session
11:00 : Networking and close

To know more please email me steven.goldstein@alpharcubed.com
To register for event please click here.