Team Leader’s Guide to Internal Audit Leadership - Paperback

Team Leader’s Guide to Internal Audit Leadership - Paperback
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The role of team leaders is being reshaped at a relatively rapid pace to accommodate the recognition of chief audit executives (CAEs) as trusted advisors within the C-suite. This book helps them transition to a higher level by providing practical, meaningful ideas to optimize internal audit’s value proposition through attuned, balanced, and credible day-to-day audit engagement activities.

While there is useful guidance available for CAEs, there is a gap in the practical guidance available specifically for team leaders as they assume a broader role in support of their CAEs. This book provides that practical guidance.

About the Author

Bruce R. Turner, AM, CRMA, CISA, CFE, has more than 40 years of practitioner and leadership experience in internal auditing across the globe, navigating the energy, financial services (commercial, merchant, and central banking), government, manufacturing, and transportation sectors. He is a past chair of The IIA’s Global Public Sector Committee, spent six years on the IIA–Australia Board, and remains an active executive coach, mentor, and white ribbon ambassador (denouncing violence against women). He has recruited dozens of new auditors into internal audit roles throughout his career and watched proudly as their careers blossomed.


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The Internal Auditor's Guide to Risk Assessment, 2nd Edition - Hardcover

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