Join us for part two of our three-part webinar series, Reputation … Reputation … Reputation – The Three Faces of Contemporary Risk Management, where Kroll and NEDA will engage with experts and seasoned non-executive directors (NEDs) to discuss the current risk landscape and emerging threats/opportunities.
In part two of the series, Expecting the Unexpected… How Are Boards Dealing with the Risks and Threats They Face from Within, NEDA Chair Graham Durgan will lead a discussion with speakers from Kroll and the Institute of Business Ethics on the evolving corporate “wrongdoing” landscape and the increasing role of NEDs in overseeing an independent, internal investigation.
In advance of the webinar, we would welcome your views and perspectives via a brief survey that will help inform the discussion on the day. The survey has 10 questions and will take no more than five minutes to complete. Your responses will be anonymous and completely non-attributable.
Your insights and perspectives as either an aspiring or active non-executive director on these issues are essential to provide a better understanding of what good looks like and where improvements are required.
The survey can be accessed via this link.
Your time and input are greatly appreciated, and we look forward to sharing the findings of the research with you during the webinar.
Thank you in advance for your participation.
- Expecting the unexpected: How are boards and NEDs dealing with the threats they face from within?
- Overview of the current headline issues arising from internal misconduct
- The four drivers of internal issues resulting in the need for a board-level investigation: fraud/corruption, sexual misconduct, toxic culture and leaks of information
- The breadth of internally generated corporate missteps, which can result in public allegations of wrongdoing impacting a corporate’s reputation
- What is needed to address each issue/allegation: more information, demonstration of independence in information gathering or cultural change
- Managing a crisis investigation: assessment, response and remediation
The event will be jointly run by Kroll and NEDA which for logistical reasons involves the sharing of any personal data provided.