Webinar Recording: Performing a Psychosocial Internal Audit
October 5, 2023 @ 12:30 pm - October 5, 2024 @ 1:30 pm AEDTFree - $65.00
Are you looking to enhance your comprehension of psychosocial internal audit procedures? Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the expert and enhance your audit skills and contribute to the well-being and success of your organisation.
Join our upcoming webinar for a comprehensive overview of conducting a psychosocial internal audit. This session will cover the following key topics:
Setting the Audit Objective: Learn how to align your audit goals with your organisation’s broader objectives.
Risks to Consider: Explore the diverse spectrum of risks associated with psychosocial factors, including financial, operational, people-related, regulatory, reputation, and conduct risks. Understand the implications of each and how they can impact your organisation.
Controls to Consider: Delve into the various types of controls relevant to psychosocial internal audits. We’ll explore formal and informal controls, deliberate and incidental controls, and both internal and external controls that play a role in managing psychosocial risks. We’ll explore formal and informal controls, deliberate and incidental controls, and the role of the external environment in psychosocial risk.
Audit Methods: Gain insights into effective audit methods for assessing psychosocial factors. This section will cover assessment frameworks, data sources, analytics techniques, and best practices for reporting your findings.
Post-Audit Considerations: Discover what happens after the audit is complete. Learn about managing confidentiality when dealing with sensitive psychosocial data, how to escalate key issues for prompt resolution, monitoring improvements, and assessing the impact on other organisational risks.
Who should attend: Anyone whose work involves governance, risk management, compliance or audit.
CPD Points awarded: 1
Presenter: Elizabeth Arzadon, Managing Director, Kiel Advisory Group
Elizabeth is an international expert on behavioural and cultural factors that impact management of risk, and the Managing Director of Kiel Advisory Group. She is a Registered Psychologist with a foundation in organisational psychology and extensive experience in corporate and regulatory roles, as well as insight from more than 20 years as an adviser with clients in the financial and public sectors. Elizabeth has developed internal audit and risk management programs to assess and monitor behavioural risk for a number of major financial institutions and has led over 30 reviews across Asia-Pacific, Europe and the Americas. Elizabeth has co-authored two publications: Auditing Risk Culture: A Practical Guide for the Institute of Internal Audit (Australia), and Culture Audit in Financial Services, published by Kogan-Page. Elizabeth is a Registered Psychologist, holds a Master of Psychology (Organisational) and a Bachelor of Science (Psychology)(Hons), and is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society.