Gray Rhino & Company is pleased to offer new digital learning options.
Board Governance and Decision Making via DCRO Institute
DCROI is a nonprofit collaborative educational initiative that brings essential risk governance expertise to the boardroom and c-suite. We offer a growing library of learning and development opportunities that focus on the practical aspects of governing risk-taking in the positive pursuit of corporate goals and purpose. Graduates from DCROI programs are leaders in boardrooms and c-suites on five continents. Our faculty members are among the world’s best c-level executives, board members, and authors who focus on risk-taking and risk governance. Gray rhino theory for board governance is one of the 17 core sessions in the required coursework for DCROI’s prestigious Certificate in Risk Governance®. Explore DCROI’s virtual offerings HERE or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about arranging custom hybrid guided cohorts with Michele or group purchases.
Microlearning Course: What’s My Gray Rhino (Personal Version)
Many readers have told me how you used some of the ideas in The Gray Rhino in your personal lives: health, finances, career, elder care, and more. I’m delighted to share my brand-new micro-learning course that helps people to tame those big, looming issues you’ve struggled to face. What’s a micro-learning course, you ask? Micro-Learning Courses (MLCs) are self-paced digital courses, delivered in bite-sized sessions that help you to get certified in industry-related skills any time, anywhere, on any device! Hosted on the innovative Gnowbe digital platform, this course is broken down into ten sessions with bite-sized lessons and exercises that you can do on your mobile device or computer.
Risk Fingerprints: an Overview via Risk Awareness Week
How can we make good risk decisions without understanding the often unspoken influences on how we perceive and respond to dangers and opportunities? Understanding the reasons behind why each of us –and those around us— see and respond to risk and opportunity the way we do will help you to make better choices. To identify underlying biases and counter them, start by analyzing individual and organizational risk fingerprints: the combination of innate personality or organizational culture, past experiences; and the environment, processes, and habits you create. This session, drawing on material in You Are What You Risk, helps you to become more aware of your team’s risk fingerprints and optimize your risk culture by taking them into account.