Through exercises and discussion you will be given real-life examples and the opportunity to share knowledge with your peers regarding what leading departments do when it comes to Engaging with stakeholders.
Ensuring that the department is property positioned to carry out its work in an effective and lot
Creating a strategy for the Internal audit function
Developing a mindset of continuous improvement and ensuring proper Quality surance.
Creating an annual plan that aligns with business strategy and addresses key risks.
Are you providing appropriate coverage across the organisation? How do you knor?
Resourcing the internal audit team to ensure that you have a suitable number of staft and can access the right sklls for today and tororrow.
Developing your people to meet their aspirations and create managers for the future.
The latest thinking around performing the audits themselves: scoping, sampling and documentation.
Agreeing findings and crafting recommendations that ensure "buy in"
Ensuring a rigorous auer is pefore and hat Br 87a de proari auden Growth.
Tracking findings to ensure that change actually happens.
Reporting work performed: individual audits, status reports for Executives and summaries for the Audit Committee.
Avoiding "Groupthink" and "Speaking truth to power" to help prevent corporate failure.
in a series of highly interactive sessions you will learn how to improve your Executive presence*, make the right impression on senior Executives and get your message across in an effective and persuasive way.
Chief Audit Executives (Heads of Internal Audit Chief Internal Auditors)
Chief Risk Officer
Chief Compliance Officer
Chief Ethics Officer
Governance, Risk, Compliance (GRC) Staff Compliance Audit Committee Members Head Legal / General Counsels Head or Vigilance
Head of Fraud & Inspection Renulators
Corporate Governance Professionals. including Second Line of Defence /Other Assurance Providers)