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Business is risky. Not talking about risk is a recipe for failure. Enter Karen Hardy and her risk management communication methods. In Flip this Risk® for Conversations, Karen teaches her readers how to communicate with management, stakeholders, and the whole corporation concerning risk issues. Early in the book, Karen explains the diverse types of communication and the barriers to effective communication. As with any topic, the discussion of risk leans heavily on one’s ability to communicate well. When one learns how to communicate well, they have already won half the battle. Karen urges those in a position of management to learn how to communicate about risk and do it often. She teaches her audience how to flip the various risks and make their corporation successful.
Karen Hardy brings her expertise to the fore in Flip this Risk® for Conversations. Her style of writing is conversational, making the reader feel like they have entered Karen’s office and are having a personal chat with her. She shares her knowledge in a non-threatening manner and Karen does not judge failures. Instead, she shows the path to success. This book is a gold mine for business risk managers. They will learn how to lead their company into lowering the various risks involved in any business. In addition, Karen helps the risk manager to overcome any fear in discussing severe risk factors. This book is essential for knowing about proper risk management. Finally, Karen does not overstate the need to learn how to flip risks.