Risk 2021 - Ongoing Risks

Pensions and HR Governance, regulation and compliance Financial sustainability Risk

Tuesday 26 January 2021

Risk 2021: Ongoing risks

Tuesday 26 January

CFG’s popular Risk conference covers the full scope of risk management in the non profit sector, from exploring reputational risk to practical workshops, helping you and your organisation to develop understanding and knowledge, be responsive, and support robust decision-making processes. Attendees can choose to attend individual or all days of the four day conference.

Day three: Ongoing risks

The theme of the third day in our series of Risk 2021 events is ongoing risks. This morning programme will cover the vital topic of cyber security and data protection, and will explore how to enhance productivity and wellbeing in your team in a working from home environment. This event will also look at how you can work on creating an inclusive culture in your organisation.

 

Special offer

To book for more days in Risk 2021 follow the links below, and to book all four days for the price of three go to www.cfg.org.uk/risk21

Book your place for this event and you’ll be given 50% off for a place for your colleague too! To take advantage of the special offer for your colleague email our events team.

 

Programme for all Risk events

Day one: Risk propensity and management

Tuesday 19 January

  • Engaging the board in risk management
  • Financial risk management and reserves
  • Practical risk management workshop

Day two: Regulatory and practical risks

Thursday 21 January

  • Reputation risk
  • Fraud
  • Workshop – Safeguarding

Day four: Dealing with a crisis 

Thursday 28 January

  • Risk reporting
  • Changes to insurance policies after C-19
  • Workshop – crisis management and disaster recovery

How to book and member discounts

Book a combination or individual days by following the above links, and to book all four days for the price of three go to www.cfg.org.uk/risk21. Please note any payments for events bookings are required to be made online.

Where

Online via Zoom.

Who is the event for?

Finance directors and managers, heads of finance, risk and compliance managers, and trustees would benefit from attending this event. Open to CFG members and non-members.

CFG membership

Becoming a CFG member gives you discounts on events and training, and access to exclusive events. Membership is open to your whole organisation. Join our community

CFG events, training and members' meetings can count towards your continuous professional development (CPD). Contact your association for further information, or email events@cfg.org.uk.

 
Speakers

Nicholas Hartley, Head of Business Improvement & Innovation, Ecclesiastical

Henry Stewart, Founder and Chief Happiness Officer, Happy

Bonnie Chiu, Managing Director, The Social Investment Consultancy (TSIC)

Programme
09:30-09:50

Cyber security and data protection

Cyber risk is consistently one of the biggest threats to charities. Poor cyber security can result in financial loss, damage to your charity’s reputation or disruption to processes. Now that working from home has become the new normal for many organisations, how we approach cyber security risks and data protection needs to be re-examined.

Join this session to learn what the threats are and how you can mitigate the risk.

Nicholas Hartley, Head of Business Improvement & Innovation, Ecclesiastical

09:50-10:05

Q&A session

10:15-10:35

Working from home – ensuring productivity

As many of us have realised following the Coronavirus outbreak working from home can be quite challenging. Not being able to clearly differentiate between your work and personal life can have adverse outcomes on your and your teams’ productivity. This session will provide you with practical tips on how you and your employees can avoid adverse effects of homeworking and ensure efficiency.

Henry Stewart, Founder and Chief Happiness Officer of Happy

10:35-10:50

Q&A session

11:00-12:00

Building an inclusive culture in your organisation – workshop

A lack of diversity in the workforce presents significant operational and reputational risks that that may not seem immediately obvious. Charitable organisations work in diverse environments and their workforce needs to reflect that diversity.

This practical session will outline the actions you and your organisation can undertake to positively impact cultivating an inclusive culture in your workplace.

Bonnie Chiu, Managing Director, The Social Investment Consultancy (TSIC) and Co-founded of the Diversity Forum for Inclusive Social Investment 

End of day three
Prices
Charities - Members£65.00
Charities - Non-members£86.00
Corporate - Members£96.00
Individual - Members£65.00
Individual - Non-members£86.00