Writing for Audit Professional
Dan Clark has over 30 years of experience in the financial industry. 19 of that in Risk Management and Internal Audit where he established risk-based internal audit processes. He is an active speaker and contributor to industry conferences, publications, and think tanks. His book, Dare to Be Different, An Auditor’s Personal Guide to Excellence has been well received in the industry. Dan has been a CAE for international banks, regional banks and was Director of Operations for Internal Audit at GE Capital. He now is providing Audit and Risk Advisory Services to various sectors of the market place.
This webinar is not a typical writing webinar. We will not be taking old findings, issues, or reports and rewriting them. Instead, we will be sharing with participants the writing disciplines necessary to develop their own style and provide impactful written communications. We will discuss how to be insightful without inciting negative reactions. We will also discuss the value of a “thought document” that can help anyone write better. A must for those who want to improve their written communication skills.
- Recognize the process of writing
- Develop a writing discipline for success
- Establish steps to strengthen communication
- Become less afraid of the written communication styles
- Discern what style is best for you
- Establish certain behavior patterns that enhance the effectiveness of writing
Course Level - Intermediate
Who Should Attend
- Auditors, Chief Audit Executives
- Members of the Board of Directors
- External Auditors
- Senior Business Management
- Executive Business Management
- Operational Risk Managers
- Fraud Managers
Why Should You Attend
The webinar is designed for those individuals that are required to communicate important messages in memo, whitepaper, or presentations. Developing an effective written communication style will only enhance your individual success. AS an auditor, writing is key, from the initial finding, through the issue development until the final report, what we write matters. Being able to say what needs to be said in a positive and constructive way will guarantee your success in an audit.