Risk management is increasingly important for an organization's growth, and many risk managers are showing proactive traits in their rapidly evolving role, according to a study by Active Risk. While risk managers are commonly considered to have reactive-introvert traits including solid analytical skills, as much as 40% of them are either proactive introverts -- "drivers" who work to ensure the success of any risk-management project -- or proactive extroverts, "evangelists" who exhibit social skills and charm, the study found.

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