One important element that influences our daily activities, decision-making and predisposition towards risk, is our risk-taking nature. For instance, are you a person that likes to do things by the book or do you experience rules and planning as a burden. And how will this affect the way you work, think and interact with your colleagues/stakeholders?
The Risk Type Compass assesses the risk-taking nature of individuals, working relationships and dynamics for teams and boards. Based on more than 10.000 risk profiles Amba Zeggen shares her analysis on risk type within different parts of the finance sector on different management levels. What risk types are dominant for pension fund executives? And what is the profile of actuaries or auditors? And what sort of risk types are hardly represented within the financial industry?
And what does the insight on risk type tells us about strengths and vulnerabilities within decision making, stakeholder management and innovation? And what could we learn during the Covid Pandemic given are risk-taking nature?