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Webinar: Professional ethics - Navigating the shades of grey

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What I will learn:

  • Understanding organisational landscape and your role as an internal auditor
  • Insights of what it is like to be CAE when the theory does not match the reality
  • Identifying how and when you escalate an unethical situation
  • How to crash through barriers – Getting the message across when no-one is listening
  • Defining your personal ethics vs. organisational ethics - When is it time to resign?

Who should attend:

New and experienced internal auditors who are involved in projects.

Barry Munns Internal Audit Manager City of Sydney Council

Barry's career has largely involved delivering performance audit, risk management, and corruption prevention and investigation services as the Chief Internal Auditor and Chief Risk Officer for several large commercial and service based government organisations and their subsidiaries across the Commonwealth, State and Local Government sectors.Barry is currently CAE of a public sector agency, and also an independent member of a NSW Council's Audit Risk and Improvement Committee. He is the former Chair of the IIA-Australia Membership Committee, and is a member of the IIA's Professional Responsibilities and Ethics Committee. He holds a Bachelor of Business, Master of Management and Master of Commerce(Information Systems), and is a CISA, CISSP and PFIIA

Natasha Balderstone Internal Auditor Bayside Council

Natasha started her Internal Audit career with the WA Police. After 2 years of working there and obtaining a strong understanding of what Internal Audit is, she moved to Sydney and worked for Randstad. Seeking a challenge and wanting to run her own team, she decided to move to a new job and found a home in local government with Botany Council. Natasha got to experience and be involved in an ICAC investigation into fraud at the Council and an amalgamation. When the former Botany and Rockdale councils merged to become Bayside Council, she was appointed the organisation's Internal Auditor. It was another steep learning curve as the role was significantly different from Botany Council. Natasha has a Diploma in Accounting and Finance, Degree in Banking and Finance and a Masters of Business Admin.


Jeremy Elman Principal, Risk Consulting RSM Australia Pty Ltd

Jeremy is a Principal at RSM Australia and has over 14 years experience in the UK and Australia managing local and global advisory, internal audit and assurance engagements. He specialises in strategy, improvement and transformation across the local government, financial services, technology, media and entertainment sector.
 

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Date
Friday, 18 June 2021 - 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Location
CPE LiveOnline: At your desk
Venue
Online - Live streaming

Status
Available

Member
$0.00
Non Member
$65.00


Duration and CPE
1.00 hours
Enquiries
For more information please contact Catherine Searson
Phone:
+61 02 9267 9155