Auditing Leadership: The Professional and Leadership Skills You Need
How can you start a culture of feedback that improves your organization?
Want to know the most important word to an auditor?
Do you train people to interrupt you? Want to stop?
What is the single biggest opportunity to improve your audit?
Want to hear about the funnier side of auditing?
Praise for Auditing Leadership: The Professional and Leadership Skills You Need
"From networking to e-mail, from team-building to selling yourself, Brian shows how to create a well-organized and effective working life. Although aimed at auditors, the countless ideas put forth in this book can be used by individuals in every field to grow and become more successful in their chosen careers. In fact, one particular assertion summed up the entire thesis for me: 'success is a mind-set, not a finish line.' Kush offers a multitude of unique and creative suggestions for establishing that mind-set."
"Auditing Leadership is a must-read for new graduates and a solid resource for seasoned professionals. Brian Kush has taken a wide range of best practice advice and distilled it into a fantastic handbook for the auditing profession."
"Brian's book takes you beyond the technical skills of auditing to help you become both a professional and a leader. The scope of topics covered is impressive, from e-mail communications to accountability to planning your future. The book includes sound, actionable advice that will benefit auditors at all stages of their careers, from staff to partner."
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Feedback Equals Money
The Audit Cheerleader
The First Step in Networking
TIME MANAGEMENT AND PERSONAL
The Problem with ToDo Lists
The Power of TimeBlocking
Why We Love PowerPoint Slides
One Way to Avoid Office Rage
CLIENT RELATIONSHIP SKILLS
What Hat Are You Wearing?
TEAMBUILDING AND REFLECTION SKILLS
Now Where Are You Going?
Do You Train Your People to Interrupt You?
Do You Have Commitment Issues?
Reengineer Your Email Practices
APPENDIX You Know You Are an Auditor When
Afterword and Acknowledgments