WEBINAR: Qualities of a successful resilience professional - why they’re a jack-of-all-streams

Resilience and risk professionals are tasked with navigating their organisations through an increasingly turbulent world with disruptive technological change.

The Risk Management Institution of Australasia (RMIA) Special Interest Group on Organisational Resilience has produced a Resilience Practitioner Handbook to outline the skills, attributes and tools required by the modern-day resilience professional.

The handbook will be launched at the RMIA conference on November 15. The following week, two of the authors will host a webinar to discuss the main parts in detail and answer audience questions.

By registering for the webinar, you will automatically receive a copy of the Resilience Practitioner Handbook when it's launched at the RMIA conference. We encourage you to take a look and have your questions ready for the live webinar on November 22. 

Watch this video on the handbook. 

The webinar will cover:

Why organisational resilience is important 

Personal skills and attributes required by today’s resilience professional

Tools to improve an organisation’s resilience

Key takeaways.

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Pete Gervasoni - RMIA Special Interest Group on Organisational Resilience Chair and handbook author

Pete is the Chair of the RMIA Organisational Resilience Special Interest Group and an active member of the Sandards Australian/ISO working group (MB025/TC292) on Security and Resilience.

Pete is the Senior Enterprise Risk Advisor at the City of Greater Geelong, and more than 15 years of risk management experience working with diverse sectors including Defence, Local, State and Federal Government Agencies.

Amit Bansal - RMIA Special Interest Group on Organisational Resilience Member and handbook author

Amit is the member of RMIA Organisational Resilience Special Interest Group and has been working in the risk and resilience area for more than 12 years working across Media, FMCG, Telecommunications, Government and Financial Services institutions.

Amit is currently responsible for delivering crisis and resilience capability across Foxtel.


Daniel Pritchard – Dynamiq CEO and sponsor of the Organisational Resilience Special Interest Group

Dan is responsible for the provision of Dynamiq services to more than eight thousand organisations and one million mobile workers across more than 150 countries.

Dan has twenty years of international experience, and has managed global strategic and operational projects across a variety of market sectors including industrial chemicals and equipment, energy, government, technology and defence.

What: Webinar discussing the new Resilience Practitioner Handbook. 

When: November 22 

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