May 14, 2014
1:00–2:00 p.m. ET
Internal auditors have a unique and challenging role when it comes to improving the governance processes of their organizations. Exercising objective judgment and maintaining professional integrity are essential roles of the internal auditor; however these roles may be undermined when strong political or cultural pressures are involved. This webinar will help internal auditors prepare for and successfully navigate through these pressures should they be encountered.
- Understand how The IIA’s Code of Ethics applies to every internal auditor.
- Apply IIA Standard 2110: Governance as a key resource.
- Assess ethics in light of internal audit independence.
- Gain insight to how organizational culture affects ethical behavior.
- Evaluate independence and objectivity using a framework.
Course Duration: 1 hour
CPE Hours Available: 1
Knowledge Level: Intermediate
Field of Study: Auditing
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Format: Internet Group Live
Michael L. Brozzetti, CIA, CISA, CGEIT
Michael Brozzetti, is the principal of Boundless LLC, an independent consulting and training firm. Brozetti serves as a member of The IIA’s Global Ethics Committee, which oversees the maintenance, updating, and interpretation of The IIA's Code of Ethics, along with promoting an understanding of and compliance with the Code. He also serves on IIA‒Philadelphia Chapter’s Board of Governors.