Internal Audit Talent Management
We’ve all seen that one company that has an audit position posted, it disappears for a few months, then it’s back again. LinkedIn and other job boards are filled with thousands of auditing jobs.
Finding the right audit talent is difficult.
But realistically, we can only blame ourselves.
We have problems explaining to our friends and family what we do. Now imagine trying to define our needs in writing, place an appropriate job description, screen personnel and hire the right person that is a good fit for our organization.
The biggest problem is the lack of a comprehensive talent management process.
In this session, we’ll
- Define and discuss talent management
- Explore different strategies
- Learn how to attract, develop and retain talent
- Perform exercises that give tangible takeaways
- Explore talent management methodologies
- Recognize the importance of a talent management process
- Discover ways to attract talent
- Build processes to assess talent
- Recognize development opportunities for employees
- Discover how to retain talent
- Recognize the importance of succession planning
Who Should Attend
- Experienced senior auditors
- Audit managers
- Chief audit executives
This session is available in 16 hour increments. Below is the program/course outline. Bear in mind that the level of depth and detail for each topic area varies depending on the total program duration.
Field of Study
- Auditing (Governmental)
- Specialized Knowledge
- Personnel/Human Resources
Stop babysitting bad hires
- The cost of a bad hire
- Why good people leave
- Why good people stay
The importance of talent management
Common talent management problems
The talent management continuum
Let’s talk goals and objectives
Adequately assessing talent
Bridging the gap…to acquire or develop
- Strategies to effectively acquire talent
- Things you can do to identify and execute development opportunities
Now that you have them, how do you keep them?
- Strategies for retaining talent
What happens when some quits?
- Discussions about succession planning
You should have a talent management policy