- What is Risk Mitigation Training?
- Is this legal training for lawyers?
- What if our company lawyers already provide this training? Why is your training different?
- How does Risk Mitigation Worldwide, Sexual Harassment, Diversity and Inclusion Training differ from other similar training?
- What if we already have a Risk Mitigation Program?
Q. What is Risk Mitigation Training?
Answer. Risk Mitigation training focuses on prevention. In our litigious society, juries are increasingly awarding record damages, and supporting these damages by citing inappropriate actions and communications, including e-mail. Time and again, employees create the company’s liability with their actions and communications. Risk Mitigation Worldwide trains personnel at all levels on how to minimize the risk of court actions, negative publicity and criminal trouble. We have proven training programs with clear results. Ninety-eight percent of the Fortune 500 clients we serve have said they would change their work practices as a direct result of our training.
Q. Is this legal training for lawyers?
Answer. No. Although Risk Mitigation Worldwide trainers are licensed attorneys, our training is designed for non-attorneys at all levels so that they will be able to recognize and respond to legal sensitivities inherent in their daily work. Our training is done in a classroom format where we utilize adult learning principles which help our clients to grasp, apply and retain the information covered.
Q. What if our company lawyers already provide this training? Why is your training different?
Answer. Risk Mitigation Worldwide is a perfect supplement to in-house training programs. Most in-house lawyers are not trained on the use of adult learning principles utilized by Risk Mitigation Worldwide to help employees grasp, retain and apply the information received in the training; consequently, we regularly work with in-house lawyers to tailor our training to their company’s needs. Additionally, in-house lawyers are charged with the responsibilities of practicing law and as a result often lack the time to develop comprehensive programs to specifically address various training concerns. Risk Mitigation Worldwide’s focus is training.
Q. How Does Risk Mitigation Worldwide Sexual Harassment, Diversity and Inclusion Training differ from other similar training?
Answer. Risk Mitigation Worldwide complements other training programs with its emphasis on risk mitigation, documentation and its hands-on training component. Risk Mitigation Worldwide’s hands-on training covers a wide range of topics and scenarios. Our clients find this training to be a perfect complement to existing in-house training programs.
Q. What if we already have a Risk Mitigation Program?
Answer. Most Risk Mitigation Worldwide clients have a Risk Mitigation program and they find that Risk Mitigation Worldwide’s training is more comprehensive, relevant and serves to enhance their existing programs with its hands-on component.