EAMN: Navigating 2020: Mature Risk Management to address COVID, Inclusion & Diversity: 2.0 PDHs
October 22 @ 11:00 am$120
Deadline to Register: Thursday, October 15, 2020
Late Fee: Registrations after Thursday, October 15th will be assessed a $50 late fee through Monday, October 19th
No registrations will be accepted after October 19th
Most strategic risks are not insured, but decisions around those risks have profound impacts on business sustainability and growth. 2020 has presented us with two of the most striking examples of these challenges and opportunities. This session includes an insider’s look into Kraus-Anderson as a case study, having implemented a risk based decision making process that has guided strategies related to the pandemic and diversity and inclusion conversations and objectives. In this presentation, we will first review a framework to understand enterprise risk management processes and highlight a data driven model to assess risk decisions. We will then apply those fundamentals to better understand why diversity and inclusion are critical components of a business strategy and how risk management can inform decisions related to the pandemic. These strategies and practices can be implemented within your organization to create a model to address these current and the risks that 2021 and beyond will bring.
Seth Hausman, Managing Director of Kraus-Anderson Risk Innovation, brings over 25 years of construction risk assessment and operational leadership. He has extensive experience leading underwriting businesses, serving large and small contractors including evaluation of risk and understanding of risk mitigation strategies. Additionally, Seth has led large enterprise process and technology transformation projects, leading to efficiency gains and operational improvements. He has written several articles related to operational risk management, and has been an executive board member of the ACE Mentor Program of the Twin Cities since its inception in 2011.
Laurie Trousil is Director of Inclusion & Diversity at Kraus-Anderson. In her dual role, she leads the KA Inclusion & Diversity strategic and tactical programming, as well as EEO Compliance and Supplier Diversity for the Construction business. Laurie has over 15 years of experience working in I&D positions across multiple industries, including financial services, agriculture, medical device and construction.