The Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. invites dynamic speakers to share your expertise, gain visibility, enhance your professional growth and promote your organization.
Submit a Hot Topic session that presents the latest issues affecting the risk management industry. These stand-out sessions address of-the-moment topics that all risk managers face, the topics that can’t be learned on the job or in a classroom. Your submission should include strategies for attendees and may include interactive components, your personal experiences and case studies.
To be considered:
Only proposals submitted through the online call for presentation website will be accepted for consideration. Proposals submitted in different formats will not be accepted.
Sessions are all required to include a Risk Management individual on the panel.
The following three items must be included in the PSF submission description field:
- Audience: (who will it appeal to; do they need any experience in a certain field?)
- What will the attendee take home from the session: (i.e. a specific risk management tool, firsthand experience in a workshop atmosphere, a new approach or technique that can be adapted to their business.
Program suggestions may be submitted through Tuesday, January 18. Simply log on to www.RIMS.org/MyPresentations (the system will prompt you to enter your email address and password), and click on Create a New PSF to get started! Be sure to complete steps 1-3 before exiting the program. If you exit before step three, your submission will NOT be considered for the 2011 program.
IMPORTANT: Since this is an addition to the RIMS 2011 program and the original deadline for submissions was in July, your submission(s) will roll into RIMS 2012. Please make sure you add the letters HT in front of your session title or description.
The promotion or endorsement of particular products or companies is strictly prohibited.
If you have any questions contact Speakers@RIMS.org
"Thank you for your submission(s). All session topics are reviewed by the RIMS Conference Programming Committee. Their decisions are based exclusively on relevance to RIMS conference attendees. No preferential treatment will be given to any session applicant, regardless of their status as an exhibiting and/or sponsoring organization."