Writing techniques for Auditors and Risk Management professionals focus on the construction of the writing argument. By understanding the different approaches to gathering and aggregating data, analysis, and results from conversations and tests, the writer becomes the vehicle of communication for senior management. This webinar provides clear guidance on how to translate information into influential thought presented in reports, memos, or whitepapers.
The advent of technological communication tools has highlighted the need for enhanced and improved communication skills. Because Auditor's and Risk Manager's success is reliant on their ability to persuade a change in organizations, the ability to write convincing arguments is necessary. One will not be successful without translating various types of data into a written missive that persuades, convinces, or simply educates.
This webinar helps those required to present difficult messages while influencing a change to process, policy or practices. Further, anyone who wants to discover the technique of changing data and results into meaningful and persuasive written arguments needs to attend this session. But make no mistake, this is not your typical writing class as we will not discuss grammar, sentence construction or necessarily style, rather we will focus on facts, data and conversions to persuasion.
Daniel Clark. CRCMP, CISRCP, QIAL
Independent Consultant BEXCPartners.com
Dan has over 25 years of experience in Financial Services from regional banks to global giants like Citigroup and GE Capital. His early career roles included: sales, credit risk management and operations. For the last 18 years he has been fully focused on Risk Management and Internal Audit. His experience as Chief Auditor in two regional banks and as a senior officer in Audit and Risk Review for Latin America provides unique insight into management practices in and outside of the United States. He is also a recognized expert on GRC, a Public Speaker and Blogger and has written a book; Dare to Be Different: An Auditors Personal Guide to Excellence: that has been well received by the audit community.