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So you want to talk about risk?

Risk is there whether we talk about it or not, but we understand that sometimes it can be daunting to discuss. 

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Average completion time: 15 minutes

What you will learn

By the end of this guide you will have:

This guide will take you through the conversation from our perspective, and will cover:

  • How to get the conversation back on track when things go wrong
  • Practical steps to meaningful conversations about risk¬†
  • How to explore risk with us in a way that feels safe for everyone

Sections in this guide:

  • What to do when the conversation goes wrong

    In this section we will discuss how to bring the conversation back when things go wrong.
  • Having a conversation about risk

    In this section we talk you through practical techniques to approach a risk conversation in a clear, compassionate way.
  • What to look out for

    In this section we highlight some key warning signs taken from our own lived experience.
  • Conclusion

    A summary of what we have covered in this guide.