Objectivity and Professional Skepticism should be imbibed into organizational thinking

Professionals involved in almost any area of work need two extremely important traits for ensuring smooth conduct: Objectivity and Professional Skepticism. Although very important; they are difficult to enforce at all times and in all situations. It is exactly in challenging situations that these qualities are put to use like in no other. All important work and decisions taken should be based on objectivity and professional skepticism.

How does a professional learn how to cultivate objectivity and imbibe professional skepticism at work and the situations in which to use them to ensure that the organization mitigates several risks? This is what a webinar by Compliance4All, a respected provider of professional trainings in all areas of regulatory compliance, will be teaching. The details of this webinar can be had by visiting http://www.compliance4all.com/control/w_product/~product_id=500913LIVE

A means to choosing the right path and mitigating risks:

The most important benefit of learning to be objective and inculcating professional skepticism is that they are tools with which professionals learn to choose the right path when faced with difficult situations. The concepts relating to how to use the qualities of objectivity and professional skepticism at work will be taught at this webinar.

The expert at this webinar is Lynn Fountain, who has developed and delivered leading edge training sessions on COSO, internal audit, ERM, accounting, leadership, governance, compliance and ethics. 20 of the 35 years of her experience as a public and corporate accounting professional have been spent in internal and external auditing, making her a subject matter expert in multiple fields such as internal audit, ethics, fraud evaluations, Sarbanes-Oxley, enterprise risk management, governance, financial management and compliance.

Lynn will cover the following areas at this webinar:

o  Explore the requirements of professional skepticism

o  Explore the rules defining independent roles

o  Identify the difference between legality and ethics

o  Explore the top five techniques to execute independence

o  Explore the top five techniques to assist when employing objectivity

o  Recognize what to do when management challenges you


Author: compliance4all

Compliance4All, the ultimate continuing professional education provider offers you regulatory and compliance trainings from the industry's leading experts, but with one crucial difference -the cost. Compliance4All's objective is to be a platform that provides regulatory and compliance trainings with all the class and features that come with these trainings, at a lower price. Compliance4All seeks to make regulatory and compliance trainings low-hanging fruits. Industries We Focus On: • Trade & Logistics • Aerospace Defense • Banking & Insurance • Food & Beverages • Auditing/Accounting & Tax • Energy • Environment • Education • Automotive Transport • Science and Technology • Government • Construction • Electronics & Semiconductor • Operation • Engineering/Science • Purchasing & Vendor Relation • General counsel/Accountant • Geology & Mining • Documentation/Records

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