Essential Interpersonal and Team Building Skills for Auditors - OAG150

Overview

An effective audit team works together cohesively and towards the same end goal. This course will show you how to build teamwork, communicate effectively, deal with difficult people, anticipate misunderstandings, enhance your emotional intelligence, ways to leverage critical thinking in decision-making, enable change and work effectively with others. This course also helps you develop tools to improve your audit projects, and manage your time better.

 

Learning Options

Below are the available learning options for this course:

Enterprise Solutions

Tailored Experience

Bring this course to your organization at your convenience. ACI Learning can deliver this instructor-led course for your team at a chosen location or virtually. Alternatively, choose the topic(s) you need and ACI will craft a training solution to keep your team future-proof.

Customize Your Training

NASBA Certified CPE

16 Credits

Auditing

Why you should take this course

You should attend because teamwork is essential for success as an auditor and this class will help you acquire the skills to be both a positive contributor and a successful team leader.

Who should take this course

Audit teams (financial, operational, application, IT).

What You'll learn

You will learn the essential skills of teamwork focusing on communication, emotional intelligence, how to deal with difficult people, enabling change and working effectively with others.

Prerequisites

  • None

 

  • The Effective Auditor
  • Team Building
  • Next Steps

Learning Options

Below are the available learning options for this course:

Enterprise Solutions

Tailored Experience

Bring this course to your organization at your convenience. ACI Learning can deliver this instructor-led course for your team at a chosen location or virtually. Alternatively, choose the topic(s) you need and ACI will craft a training solution to keep your team future-proof.

Customize Your Training

ACI Learning is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.