When: April 10, 2014 (8:00 AM—Noon) for 4-hour CPE credits
The seminar will flow directly into the general meeting, for an additional 1 hour CPE (Subject: Essential Interviewing Skills for Auditors)
Where: Both sessions will be held at ONEOK Field.
Food: Seminar includes a continental breakfast and general meeting includes lunch as usual.
Cost: $275 for members, $325 for non-members (pricing DOES NOT include the luncheon, which will need to be registered and paid for separately)
Availability: Maximum of 40 people
Registration: Email with Annie Mills, 1st VP, by emailing, firstname.lastname@example.org, and put “IIA Fraud Seminar” in email sub-ject.
Payment: Pay at the door (with check or credit card) or request an invoice (should spots fill up, prepayment will be required to hold seats)
Toby Groves is a researcher, consultant, trainer and speaker on organizational psychology and corporate crime. Committed to bridging the gap be-tween current efforts and real progress, Groves uncovers the individual and group psychology behind corporate scandals and presents research that reveals real solutions. Formerly a successful CPA and CEO educated in forensic psychology and forensic accounting, Groves researches the role group behavior plays in corporate fraud. Using his compelling personal story, interactive demonstrations, and the results of his research, Groves enlightens and inspires audiences around the country to think differently and make progress toward finding real solutions to these problems.
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