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Overview

With the Institute of Internal Auditors and many industry watch groups expressing a desire that auditors become trusted advisors this webinar is designed to address that very concern. 

Focused on modifying the audit approach so that the auditor or audit team can exhibit the knowledge, insight and contribution to the organization, participants will learn about skills necessary to be an advisor and the use of a new audit tool that allows one to demonstrate those skills in a tangible manner.

Why you should Attend

Anyone who is interested in contributing to an organization in a lasting and positive way should attend this webinar. The cutting edge approach to audit that will be discussed and explained to a degree that will allow anyone to convert today's practices into tomorrow’s audit approach. The tool we use as an example simple reflects the skills that should be evident in any trusted advisor.

Areas Covered in the Session

  • Designing a process of information gathering
  • Redesigning communication approaches to allow for advice giving
  • Develop a new way to share comparative analysis
  • Define "trusted" and "Advisor"
  • Communicating in an executive manner

Who Will Benefit

  • Risk Managers
  • Auditors
  • Directors of Internal Audit
  • Enterprise Risk Managers and Staff
  • Quality control staff
  • Compliance Officers
  • Operations Leaders
  • Operational Risk Leaders
  • Business Executives

Speaker Profile

Daniel A Clark has over 25 years of experience in Financial Services from regional banks to global giants like Citigroup and GE Capital. His early career roles included: sales, credit risk management and operations. For the last 18 years he has been fully focused on Risk Management and Internal Audit.

His experience as Chief Auditor in two regional banks and as a senior officer in Audit and Risk Review for Latin America provides unique insight into management practices in and outside of the United States. He is also a recognized expert on GRC, a Public Speaker and Blogger and has written a book; Dare to Be Different: An Auditors Personal Guide to Excellence: that has been well received by the audit community.