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Transforming Risk Culture with Intention and Leadership Webinar Recording
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Risk is a multifaceted concept that is driven by context – it has different meanings in different settings – as seen when considering individual versus organizational risk, or risk within different domains of public health. In occupational health and safety (OHS), risk is historically viewed in terms of worker health and well-being. Over the past several decades, with advances in organizational science and societal expectations, risk concepts that impact OHS professionals has expanded and include product stewardship, sustainability, social responsibility and public health – to name a few. Effectively navigating this new terrain requires intention and skill in identifying and finessing an organization’s risk culture. This webinar provides an overview of the current risk continuum in organizations, from individual to the enterprise, and beyond – this overview is framed within a risk culture perspective. The impact that advances in cognitive science is having on enterprise risk is presented – along with ways to transform culture and performance with this knowledge. Governmental, academic, and industry perspectives on how to provide leadership that impacts and transforms risk culture are provided.

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