Internal Audit Talent Management

Finding and retaining audit professionals can be a daunting task. Resumes and interviews alone will not guarantee attracting top prospects. Once on board, organizations must keep talented professionals engaged. The employer/employee relationship is a two way process that requires time and attention to be meaningful for both parties. This course provides a 5 phase talent[…]More

Avoid a Social Media Mess – Auditing Social Media Management Processes

This session will arm auditors and/or business leaders with the knowledge necessary to understand social media operational risks while providing sensible solutions to controlling the chaos that is social media management. Operational risks, processes and controls discussed surround: Managing your reputation Protecting you virtual real estate Controlling your content Engaging with your audience 1.50 CPE[…]More

3 Reasons Boards Are Overconfident

A recent study by the Institute of Internal Auditors disclosed that Boards have more confidence in management than management has in itself. This short course discusses some reasons why boards are overconfident. Prerequisites – NoneProgram Level – beginnerAdvanced Preparation – NoneField of Study – ManagementCPE – .20 hoursFormat – Nano Course

Ask Better Questions, Get Better Answers, Perform Better Audits

Course Description Curiosity is the cornerstone of internal auditing. Curiosity requires auditors to ask a lot of questions. Continuously questioning clients is difficult. Sometimes clients are uncooperative. Sometime we do not know what to ask. Other times we do not know how to ask. Asking effective questions is one of the most difficult internal audit[…]More