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Auditor 2020: Welcome to the World Where Soft Skills Rule - OAG747WEB
Auditors today must have strong communications skills, maintain a high level of integrity and be flexible team players in every engagement. In addition, much of the role today is that of consultant and mentor and without solid analytical skills and the ability to articulate the results in business language, we may not be seen as valued members of the enterprise.
Who Should Attend
Financial, Operational and Information Technology auditors and Audit management, Information Security and Risk Management professionals who need to know about the types of soft skills necessary to provide value to the business in upcoming years.
What You’ll Learn
You will learn how to deal with many of today’s audit challenges, and how to improve your and your staff’s soft skills.
- There is Nothing Soft about Soft Skills
- Effective Communications
- Professional Etiquette
- Code of Conduct
- Strong Interpersonal Skills
- Attitude and Work Ethic
Why You Should Attend
You should attend because having soft skills is a key attribute of effective internal auditors and a key determinant of success in the role.
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