Effective Influencing Skills for Internal Auditors - OAG117WEB

Overview

This webinar covers the range of influencing styles and tactics. It includes the Cohen-Bradford Model, the principles identified and researched by Dr. Robert Cialdini, and assess the importance of influence in working well within your team.


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Tuition cost

$295

NASBA Certified CPE

3 Credits

Auditing

Why you should attend

You should attend because auditors are more effective when they are influential and effective change agents.

Who should attend

Internal Auditors, IT Auditors, Senior and In-Charge Auditors, Audit Managers, Team Leaders and Directors

What You'll learn

You will learn key techniques to become more influential, persuasive, and a more effective change agent.

Prerequisites

None

 

Influencing Styles:

  • Rationalizing
  • Asserting
  • Negotiating
  • Inspiring
  • Bridging

Universal Influencing Principles (adapted from Influence: Science and Practice, by Robert Cialdini, PhD.)

  • Reciprocation
  • Commitment and Consistency
  • Authority
  • Social Validation
  • Scarcity
  • Liking and Friendship

Cohen-Bradford Influence Model:

  • Assume that everyone can help you
  • Prioritize objectives
  • Understand the other person's situation
  • Identify what matters; to you and to them
  • Analyze the relationship
  • Make the "exchange"

Influence within Teams/Work Groups:

  • Build and Cultivate Trust
  • Demonstrate Reliability
  • Communicate Clearly and Assertively
  • Focus on Actions and Results
  • Listen to Other Points of View
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