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CFIIA, QIAL, CIA, CISA is the Chief Assurance Officer for the States of Guernsey, providing leadership to the internal audit, risk management and wider assurance communities. He has 20 years’ experience working in the internal audit, risk management, business improvement and governance fields. John is also the Independent Internal Audit Committee Chair at the London Borough of Hillingdon. He has delivered well-received courses to IIA Lithuania previously and his other recent clients include FTSE listed companies, multinationals, central and local government, law enforcement, professional services firms, the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors, IIA Hellenic, IIA Bulgaria and IIA Latvia.
“Auditing Culture and Business Ethics”
Increasingly both organisational culture and business ethics are being highlighted by regulators, independent commissions, legal bodies, media and other commentators as key reasons for management failure, poor decision making, fraud and unacceptable individual behaviour. But how can boards, leaders and audit committees be confident that their organisation is living up to its cultural values and ethical commitments? How are they managing the associated cultural and ethical risks to reduce reputational, people, legal, financial and other critical impacts?
This course will equip you with an overview of the cultural and ethical challenges facing organisations today, and give you the confidence to include these interesting, but challenging, subjects on your internal audit team’s periodic plan. This course will help you develop a practical framework for approaching the assurance of cultural and ethical performance and enable you to deliver insight and value in your work in these critical areas.
Who should attend?
Heads of audit, internal audit managers, senior internal auditors and internal auditors involved in planning and providing assurance on culture and ethics, or those wanting to find out more about internal audit developments in these emerging areas. It is particularly relevant for those wanting to add greater value and deliver enhanced insight.
This course will take you through the following learning steps:
- A targeted overview of culture, including theory, models and current issues
- Why organisational culture is so topical
- Developing a practical framework for approaching an audit of culture
- Auditing culture – good practices and addressing the pitfalls
- What are business ethics? Theory, models and current issues
- Auditing ethics – good practices and addressing the pitfalls
The course includes facilitator input, topical examples, short practical discussions and a number of task-based exercises to reinforce the methods you have learned and build upon existing knowledge.
The workshop is held in English.
Price: 95 euro for IIA Lithuania member / 145 euro not for member
You will be credited with 7 CPE for participation in this training
Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.