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Thu, Apr 29 @ 9:00am PT (1 hr)
04/29/2021 9:00am04/29/2021 10:00 amAmerica/Los_AngelesRisk & Crisis Management: Managing Manufacturing & Supply Chain RiskWhether it’s shortages of raw materials or natural resources, environmental pollution, labor disputes, or workforce health and safety, there is a myriad of potential risks a board needs to consider. Managing these environmental and social risks is critical to ensuring long-term value creation in your organization – and keeping your organization out of the newspapers. Join Athena member Karen Stash, board member/vice chair and city commissioner, to understand the basics of managing risk in your manufacturing and supply chain segments —and what steps you should take first to set your company or board on the right track.Virtual
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Managing Manufacturing & Supply Chain Risk

Tue, May 18 @ 9:00am PT (1 hr)
05/18/2021 9:00am05/18/2021 10:00 amAmerica/Los_AngelesRisk & Crisis Management: Cover Your Bases—a Comprehensive Look at Climate Risks for BusinessPhysical risks from climate change can significantly impact your business. Increasingly, tools and techniques are available to help identify and forecast this category of risk. But other, less obvious risks may pose even an greater potential threat. This Salon looks at enterprise climate risk through the lens of two executives who headed sustainability at global leaders in the technology and beverage industries.Virtual
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Cover Your Bases—a Comprehensive Look at Climate Risks for Business

Tue, Jul 27 @ 9:00am PT (1 hr)
07/27/2021 9:00am07/27/2021 10:00 amAmerica/Los_AngelesRisk & Crisis Management: Governance Deep Dive — Megatrend #3: Complex Interconnected Risk Intensifying2020 was characterized by a perfect storm of interconnected and systemic ESGT risks. As board directors, the faster we are able to identify and resolve ESGT issues, the quicker we can achieve our most pressing and important goals. Dr. Andrea Bonime-Blanc will share the key characteristics of the complex interconnected risks shaping the future of the business world and the role of the board in overseeing (and future-proofing for) those risks in part four of her governance deep dive series. Suggested Reading: “It’s Time we added a Letter to ESG. Here’s Why” World Economic Forum Agenda: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19foStOixusjv0X9CMRpCxy0nubEm1HsQG4WTEeMHFSI/edit?usp=sharingVirtual
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Governance Deep Dive — Megatrend #3: Complex Interconnected Risk Intensifying

Thu, Aug 19 @ 12:00pm PT (1 hr)
08/19/2021 12:00pm08/19/2021 1:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesRisk & Crisis Management: Understand the Importance of Disclosures and Engaging Your StakeholdersThe alphabet soup of climate disclosure frameworks and standards can be daunting. But what has been voluntary reporting may soon become mandatory. Get a jump on this trend while creating positive engagement with your audiences by understanding the value of stakeholder engagement and the different tools at your disposal. Learn from two current board directors for whom climate communications are a core facet of their charter.Virtual
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Understand the Importance of Disclosures and Engaging Your Stakeholders

Tue, Sep 14 @ 9:00am PT (1 hr)
09/14/2021 9:00am09/14/2021 10:00 amAmerica/Los_AngelesRisk & Crisis Management: Educate and Engage Your Entire Enterprise Through Shared Culture, Language and IncentivesBoards increasingly are scrutinized for their oversight of climate outcomes. To be effective, they must direct management to engage the entire enterprise in climate planning and action, effecting change across company operations. Boards need to forge a common understanding and language relating to climate, use compensation and other incentives to motivate executives, and create a culture of trust that encourages innovation, experimentation and smart risk-taking.  All voices must be encouraged and heard, especially from marginalized communities who are disproportionally affected by climate change. Learn from two experts who have focused on the people aspect of climate action during their careers at leading beverage and technology companies. Virtual
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