New Book Teaches Quick, Actionable Steps to Protect Your Business from a Range of Risks - Cybersecurity, Fraud, Reputation Risk, Workplace Violence
By: Ethos Collective
According to Entrepreneur magazine, 70% of small businesses will fail within the first ten years. With threats to small businesses multiplying daily, you can't afford to put your head in the sand and hope for the best. But with limited time and resources available, how and where do you begin?
Written by a successful serial entrepreneur, Twelve-Minute Risk Management teaches quick, actionable steps to protect your business from a range of risks, like cybersecurity, fraud, reputation risk (social media), and workplace violence.
This time-efficient guide will help you discover:
Twelve-Minute Risk Management was recognized with 12 different awards in 2022 including the International Review of Books Gold Star Award, the New York Book Festival Award, the Global Ebook Awards Gold Medal Winner, and the Los Angeles Book Festival Silver Award.
No matter your business or industry, this guide is a must-read. It is only a matter of when—not if—you will suffer a loss from a major mitigable risk. Get your head out of the sand and use this invaluable guide to create a plan to protect your business today!
Twelve-Minute Risk Management is available everywhere books are sold. Join us for the Global Livestream Party on May 17th, at 12 pm ET, and learn how you can protect your business from unforeseen risks.
What others have said:
"The author helps readers identify practical ways to strengthen a business and improve accountability—
"I was fascinated by the chapter on cyber-attacks. I believe the author's warning that small companies are more at risk than large ones will make business owners grasp the importance of paying attention to this aspect."
—Readers' Favorite 5-Star Review
"A thorough yet succinct roadmap for small business owners on how to best mitigate risks."
—Joseph Sheils, President, Commonwealth Consulting LLC
"A must-read for all small business owners."
—Michele Rogers, Northwestern University Kellogg School
"Brilliant advice for entrepreneurs in a digestible format!"
—Jeff Wright, CEO, Gold Leaf Capital Partners