One question I am often asked is, “What risks do you manage?”

If that is the question on your mind, you are right to ask it. I will always try to answer any question from a client or potential client, or anyone else. It is obviously not a silly question. So how can it be wrong?

Risk Dice

First, you may wish to ask yourself what types of risk are important in your business. I have written about the twelve categories of risks threatening most businesses here http://ezinearticles.com/?See-If-You-Are-Managing-All-Of-These-12-Risks-And-Whether-You-Are-Concentrating-On-The-Wrong-Ones&id=8220536

Can I deal with all of them? You may well ask!

Nobody an be an expert in everything. The way I could help you, if you would let me, would be to help you set up a process, so you could identify, analyse and control the risks in and around your business. I could also start you off on the right track, by carrying out a survey of your activities and asking questions about the ways in which the risks we observed are being managed.

So, what else can I do for you?

I might go into some of your risks in depth. I might direct you to someone who is an expert in a particular area. Or I might leave you to find the answers once we have identified the questions.

This brings us to another question and another article I have written to help you answer it. http://ezinearticles.com/?Three-Questions-to-Help-You-Decide-Which-Kind-of-Risk-Management-Consultant-Your-Business-Needs&id=7520547

It is a cliche, but true, that if you want to get to the right answer, you have to ask the right question. Ask it! Then ask me.