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Can Emotional Intelligence Help Your Company with Risk Management?
  By: Susan Dunn
Jurors (who are usually also employees) hearing sexual harassment suites expect emotionally intelligent behavior from companies.

Entrepreneurs Work Hard to Avoid Risk
  By: Robert H. Kent, Ph.D., CMC
The concept of an entrepreneur, dating back to the French economist J. B. Say who coined the term around 1800, is one who exploits change as an opportunity for a different business or a different service.

Risk Assessment - A Business Strategy For Conducting Contingency Planning
  By: Bob Mehta
A Risk Assessment is recognizing, investigating, and furthermore considering every part of the possible risks, intimidation and danger to the businesses inside and outside environment. It determines if a facility (building) is susceptible to climate correlated events, HVAC breakdown, Internal/External Safety vulnerabilities and local area hazards. It permits a business to manuscript what extenuating measures have been in use to deal with these exposures. By means of recognizing the intimidation that at present are being militated against threats that are not, a business can accumulate a list of recommendations for enhancement.

Risk Inclination - How Do You Compare to Others?
  By: Jim McCormick
A look at research on risk inclination, which involved people self-assessing their risk inclination in a variety of areas.

Risking to Win: How to Improve Performance by Taking Risks
  By: Jim McCormick
Sub-optimal performers settle into their comfort zone, fall into endlessly recurring patterns and stop challenging themselves in significant ways. By contrast, top performers are talented and persistent risk-takers.


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