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Day 1


Join Me on a Journey: Storytelling in Risk Management

The difference between engaged teams with rapt attention and those who are often only checking boxes is usually found in the connection that leaders make with the staff. Convincing your nonprofit’s employees to buy into risk management practices that go beyond regulations and compliance requires leaders to dig deep. Compelling stories move people, connecting the dots in a personal way,…


Crew Resource Management: Employment Trends and Challenges

The world of employment risk is an evolving landscape. Gone are the days when nonprofit human resource professionals—or staff wearing HR hats—could simply update handbooks to reflect recently passed state and federal employment laws and classify employees with minimal worry about the consequences. Diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives are making organizations more robust, innovative, and inclusive. However, with all the…


Journey to Somewhere: Incident Reporting Tips, Tricks, and Trends

Capturing incident data can provide nonprofits with actionable information to build resilience, reduce critical errors, and make processes, procedures, and programs run more smoothly. But how should risk leaders structure an incident reporting program to maximize the benefits of these goals? In this session, participants will learn how to develop policies, procedures, and definitions for incidents, focusing on customizing these…


Learning the Language of Insurance: Mastering Terms and Concepts to Increase Your Confidence as a Buyer and Policyholder

How many times have you stared at one of your insurance policies only to wonder what all those terms and conditions really mean? Do you dread renewal time because lengthy riders make your head swim? Are you wondering where to start to learn more to make sure your nonprofit is appropriately covered? If any of these questions have kept you…


Risk Radar: Preventing, Detecting and Bolstering Defenses Against Fraud

Uncertainty circles your nonprofit like planes in busy airspace. It’s the job of the air traffic controllers to be aware of planes entering and exiting their sectors, divert and route them to appropriate locations, and prevent catastrophic impacts. Radar is an invaluable tool for air traffic professionals. In this session, you’ll learn how to apply the concept of radar to…


Welcome to the Travel Lounge: Forum for Experienced Risk Leaders

The Risk Professional Travel Lounge is a luxury lounge and waystation for experienced risk professionals to relax, share stories, and seek advice from sector peers on the same journey. We invite you to attend and enjoy the benefits of free networking and collaboration with other experienced risk leaders. And unlike an airline travel lounge, there’s no extra fee to attend!…

Day 2


The Employee Value Proposition: Why Would Someone Want to Travel With YOU?

Most risk practitioners will acknowledge that “people” risk is as important as traditional property, liability, and existential threats. In an era of unprecedented workforce vacancies and spiraling costs, nonprofit organizations are more challenged than ever to attract and keep talent – while holding a line on costs and being all things to all candidates and employees. This session will explore…


Pilot, Engineer, or Air Traffic Controller: Designing a Full-Time Risk Role That Will Take You Places

Modern air travel relies on a whole cast of key players to get travelers to where they’re going. Pilots, aeronautical engineers, navigators, flight attendants, and air traffic controllers use specialized skills and tools to make sure your journey is safe, comfortable, and rewarding. If your risk program feels like it’s flying solo, it might be time to add a full-time…


Insurance Professionals Roundtable

Join fellow insurance industry executives for a fast-paced and lively discussion about challenges and opportunities serving nonprofit missions across a wide spectrum. Learn how others are providing ‘value added’ offerings and insights on the changing role of insurance intermediaries. Bring your questions, insights, challenges, and business cards to network with kindred spirits in the industry.


Unpacking Risk: 3 Practical Techniques

Few people appreciate the art of UNpacking a suitcase. But the items that were “tetrised” into your bag have to be dealt with once you arrive at your destination. Are you tempted to leave your belongings unaddressed in your hotel room and get straight to the sightseeing? Maybe, but if you do that, will you be able to find your toothbrush…