How to Differentiate Yourself Through a Better Understanding of Risk | Women in the Boardroom


How to Differentiate Yourself Through a Better Understanding of Risk

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Being a successful executive or board member allows you to share the knowledge and experience you have gained in a fulfilling and important way through board service. Like all good things, finding the right seat takes work. More importantly, being prepared to be an influential board member, working among a small group of equally if not more successful people, has its own challenges. One of the most important ways to distinguish yourself for a board career and be an effective board member is to understand the positive governance of risk-taking, especially in the environment companies face today. In this session, we’ll examine how the partnership between Women in the Boardroom and the DCRO Risk Governance Institute gives new advantages to you in your pursuit of the ideal board seat.


David R. Koenig

Date & Time

August 16, 2022
12:00 PM ET

Individual & Corporate Members, please use your promo code to register complimentary. Cost for non-members to register is $50. To become a member, click here. Registrants will receive sign-on information one day prior to the webinar via email. The recorded version of the webinar is automatically sent to all registrants afterward whether you attend the live version or not.

About the Speaker

David R. Koenig

President and Chief Executive Officer, The DCRO Institute

David R. Koenig is the award-winning author of Governance Reimagined: Organizational Design, Risk, and Value Creation and The Board Member’s Guide to Risk. He has served on both for-profit and non-profit boards and as a chief executive officer. He created corporate risk management programs at three different companies and has managed complex financial portfolios in excess of tens of billions of dollars in size. He is the President and CEO of The DCRO Institute, serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Risk Management in Financial Institutions, is the founder of the Directors and Chief Risk Officers group (the DCRO), and is a co-founder of the Professional Risk Managers International Association (PRMIA).

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