Thinking Critically to Avoid Delusions in Auditing

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Thinking Critically to Avoid Delusions in Auditing

How do your managers know you are ready to take on more and move up? Forward-moving auditors demonstrate strong critical thinking abilities. As auditors, we need to be able to discern isolated incidents from systemic concerns. Critical thinking is a skill essential to identifying the root cause of inherent risks and control breakdowns, and to determining the usefulness of a corrective action plan. Succeeding in these objectives will help you stand out as an integral part of any team.

Join us for an updated encore of this popular webinar with KnowledgeLeader contributing writer Ann Butera to focus on how you can make an impression with your critical thinking ability.

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Speaker Details:

Ann M. Butera
Ann M. Butera
The Whole Person Project, Inc. 
Ann M. Butera, MBA, CRP, President of The Whole Person Project, Inc., an organizational development consulting and training firm, is a popular KnowledgeLeader writer, frequent conference speaker, and served as audit committee chair for a financial services firm. New and seasoned auditors will benefit from her insight culled from over 30 years’ experience in training thousands of their peers. 

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