How to Be a Successful Risk Management Consultant

It is easy to quit your day job and become an highly risk management consultant, flitting between jobs without any responsibility, all while sipping lattes and earning movie-star wages. At least that's what it looks like from the outside. Until you try it. Some of that can happen and there are many great things about risk management consulting. It can be very professionally satisfying and rewarding. But it's not all lattes and fat cheques. You can expect a few lean years as you start out. And probably to work as hard, if not harder than you've ever worked. Marketing, business development, accounting, responding to tenders, negotiating, and much more all have to happen before you can even do the risk management work. This presentation will cover some of the tips, tricks, lessons, and pitfalls that I learned along the way.

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About The Speakers

Julian Talbot

Julian Talbot

Author, Speaker, Thinker, Peregrinator, JulianTalbot.com

Julian has over 30 years of international management and leadership experience. His principal expertise is in risk management and leadership. He also has over 20 years of Director level and C-Suite experience in the commercial, government, and not-for-profit sectors in Australia, and internationally. His credentials include Australian Security Medal (ASM), Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD), Fellow of the Risk Management Institution of Australasia (RMIA), Registered Security Professional (RSecP), Master of Risk Management (MRiskMgt), Professional Certificate in Property Portfolio Management, and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), as well as Diplomas in Project Management, Business Management, and Security Risk Management. His current focus is writing, having adventures, learning, thinking about the future, and meeting interesting people. He is also passionate about family, friends, wellness, honesty, and helping people achieve their goals. Julian's second-favorite word is peregrinate which means "to travel, especially on foot." He is also partial to motorcycles (especially his S1000RR for those of you who care about such things) and all forms of travel.