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THE FUTURE OF HUMAN RISK MANAGEMENT...TODAY

Rachel is a uniquely qualified specialist advisor and educator who partners with progressive government and private sector leaders and their teams to help make invisible Human Risk both visible and manageable. 

BEYOND SYSTEMS...
GETTING 'GOOD AT HUMANS'

Human-based risk remains the biggest threat to organisations and those that lead them. History has proven that the identification and management of Human Risk requires more than increasingly complex systems of regulation, surveillance and internal compliance: it requires an evidence-based understanding of what factors reduce Human Risk and optimise individual and organisational performance and importantly, what factors increase Human Risk and compromise performance.

Getting good At Humans | Human Risk Management | Rachel King
Human Risk Through A New Lens | Human Risk Management | Rachel King

HUMAN RISK THROUGH A NEW LENS

Rachel helps leaders and their teams throughout the APAC region view their Human Risk through a new lens. Working from biopsychosocial holistic model of human-based risk, Rachel helps develop scientifically informed leaders. 

 

Rachel works closely with leaders to shift traditional mindsets and perceptions about what constitutes Human Risk and translates knowledge from leading-edge brain science for practical application and risk management strategy. 

When human-related risks are recognised and mitigated not only is risk exposure reduced and productivity protected and increased, ESG and CSR goals are far more likely to be met

CREATING ENVIRONMENTS THAT MITIGATE RISK

Healthy brain cultures help your people thrive and also mitigate human-related risks. Rachel equips leaders and their teams with the knowledge and skills they need to create brain-wise cultures from the top down that work with, not against, the unique humanness of their most valuable asset.

When people work in safe, respectful environments they are more able to produce sustainable profits in a way that meet the needs of internal and external stakeholders.

Creating Environments That Mitigate Risk | Human Risk Management | Rachel King

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CONTACT US

13/111 Elizabeth Street Sydney NSW 2000

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