Developing Assertiveness Skills for Auditors - OAG750WEB

Developing Assertiveness Skills for Auditors OAG750WEB

Developing Assertiveness Skills for Auditors - OAG750WEB
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Upcoming Dates & Locations

Virtual
Aug 27th, 2021
Virtual
Dec 17th, 2021

Developing Assertiveness Skills for Auditors - OAG750WEB

Overview

Assertiveness skills are essential in being an effective internal auditor. This includes holding to your position in difficult situations and responding to criticism in a positive manner. This webinar covers the difference between assertive, non-assertive, and aggressive behavioural styles. Also key assertiveness skills related to handling conflict and criticism, including learning key techniques that will help you in both your professional and personal lives.


Who Should Attend

Internal and external auditors, financial auditors, audit management, compliance, and risk management professionals.


Prerequisites

  • None

What You’ll Learn

You will learn about the different kinds and levels of assertiveness styles, how to use these skills in your thoughts, words and personal style, and ways to apply assertiveness skills in your professional and personal lives.


Objectives

  • Identify Your Current Level of Assertiveness
  • Identify Assertive, Non-Assertive and Aggressive Behavior Styles
  • Learn key assertiveness techniques in dealing with conflict and criticism
  • Learn how to develop positive assertiveness in your thoughts, words and behavior styles
  • Learn how to apply assertiveness skills in your professional and personal lives

Why You Should Attend

You should attend because having assertiveness skills is a key attribute of effective internal auditors and a key determinant of success in the role.

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