Program

Day 1
Sunday, Sep 17th
Day 2
Monday, Sep 18th
Day 3
Tuesday, Sep 19th

Chiseling, Carving, then Sculpting a Flawless Accident Investigation Process

Reacting quickly to the accident with prescribed procedures and actions can demonstrate your company’s commitment to safety and ensure proper information is collected to fulfill an accident investigation’s ultimate purpose...
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Hunting for Black Swans with Neo-Impressionists on a Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte

Georges Suerat’s famous neo-impressionist painting, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, evokes a senses of leisure and harmony. But who knows where a Black Swan could be lurking...
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The Next Art Movement: Forecasting Changes in Your Risk Landscape

The work of Wassily Kandinsky is familiar to fervent fans of abstract art. In his early life, Kandinsky studied law and economics and worked in academia; later inspired by an...
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Contour, Composition and Color: Lessons from a Broker Bidding Process

Is your insurance broker a masterful artist, or an unimaginative amateur? Nonprofit leaders depend on sound, timely advice from agents and brokers with deep knowledge and stellar reputations. How do...
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The Fraudster’s Spell

The Forger’s Spell, a riveting book by Edward Dolnick, tells the tale of a middling Dutch artist who dares to prepare forgeries of works by the revered artist Johannes Vermeer....
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Great Paintings Through the Lens of Risk Management

This session will take a fresh look at some of the masterpieces of art through the lens of risk management. We will explore a range of common, or not so...
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The Art (and Science) of Managing Risk with Third-Party Vendors

The need for more disciplined management of third party vendor relationships is evolving at a fast pace, with new regulations and increased exposure to risk driving the conversation. Participants will...
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Child Art and Business Risk: What Can We Learn About Business Risk From Children's Art?

The session will focus on interpreting some examples of children’s art, and will include a drawing exercise and a chance to brainstorm business risks specific to the nonprofit sector. We...
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Digital Art: The Evolving Landscape of Cyber Security

Technology has forever changed the art landscape; through technology and new media, the possibilities for creating art are endless and constantly evolving. Cyber security is mercurial and momentous, just like...
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Are Your Employees like Leroy Neiman’s “Grand Prix” Drivers?: How to Navigate to get a "Driver Safety Program"

All too often organizations “hand over the keys” to organization vehicles to unprepared employees with a simple suggestion to: “Be safe out there!” During this interactive session we will discuss best...
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An Allegory of Fortitude & Claims Management

Italian Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli’s first recorded work was Allegory of Fortitude, part of The Seven Virtues series completed by another painter, Piero del Pollaiolo. Art critics would agree that Botticelli’s inspiring Fortitude far surpassed...
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Enter the Gallery at Your Own Risk: A NGO's Journey in Risk Management

Art aficionados often attend gallery openings to learn from the artists they admire. Learn about the evolving risk management program of an NGO—Helen Keller International (HKI)—during this workshop, and pose...
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When the Great Wave at Kanagawa Hits: How Nonprofits can Prepare for a Crisis

This session covers critical steps that nonprofit teams need to take to be prepared to respond to a crisis, including internal policies & procedures, training, and crisis response vendor assistance....
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Less Polaroids and Snap Filters, More Composition and Development: What Darkroom Photography Can Teach Us About Crisis Communications and Legal Position Statements

Whether due to an allegation of discrimination or an investigation in to an injury, an organization facing a legal crisis will at some point have to provide a statement. Should...
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Overcoming Artist’s Block: Instilling a Distraction- and Phone-Free Driving Culture for Employees

Artist’s block can prevent the most imaginative, expressive creators from focusing on their projects. With a constant influx of information and the world changing rapidly around us, employee drivers—like artists—can...
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What Andy Warhol Taught Me About Workplace Safety

Andy Warhol’s pop art is some of the most iconic and memorable art in existence. Whether it was his interpretation of a common place Campbell’s Soup can or his imaging...
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Building a Brand Mosaic with Muse David Ogilvy: Protecting Brand and Reputation through the Risk Management & Ethics Functions

The father of advertising, David Ogilvy once stated, “A well defined Brand is the most sustainable asset an organization can have.” The purpose of this session is to demonstrate how...
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Portrait of a Risk Champion

Have you ever wondered what it takes to become an effective risk management thought leader who can deliver compelling risk advice, implement risk initiatives, and garner buy-in from both peers...
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Painting a Picture of Top Legal Risks with Don Kramer

Beloved painter Bob Ross was known for turning painting mishaps into “happy accidents,” which could augment any art piece. Some of the greatest risks a nonprofit team can become entangled...
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Famous Artists, Notorious Reputations: Reputation Risk Management for Nonprofits

Some of the most adored artists are known as notorious, decadent, or just plain bizarre, and artist reputations fluctuate during their lifetimes and long after. Just like the turbulent reputations...
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A Masterpiece Risk Management Plan Through Picasso’s Art

Anyone can create an intricate and masterful Risk Management Plan. Just as someone looking at a work by Picasso couldn’t replicate it without knowing the appropriate colors and shading, this presentation...
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Is Your Insurance Policy a Dali or Rockwell?

Art can be a bit ambiguous, and the terms used by artists and art purveyors aren’t always clear. For example, have you ever been confused about the difference between original...
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Getting Creative with a Framework for Assessing Risk Holistically

Identifying and creatively engaging with risk has never been more important for nonprofits in artistic and community-serving communities. This interactive session will help participants consider new ways to think about...
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Art Auction: What are You and Your Nonprofit Game For?

This workshop explores risk tolerance and why risk taking is fundamental to success in the nonprofit sector. Attendees will benefit from having a working knowledge of risk management and can...
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Chalk Talk with Insurance Industry Thought Leaders

This brand-new Risk Summit panel session features leaders of prominent insurance carriers that specialize in serving and insuring nonprofit organizations. Through a pre-conference survey, registrants will have an opportunity to...
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Everyone’s a Critic: Conducting an After Action Review without Alienating the Artists

Offering a critique of someone’s masterpiece may seem harsh. Did you know that there are four steps or stages of art criticism? These steps include: describe what you see, analyze...
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Board Game Art & Gaming Risk Management

Board games can transport children and adults into another realm inspired by board game artwork, quirky characters and storylines. This workshop uses Gamification principles to transport nonprofit leaders and risk...
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