Audit reports that bring positive change to your organization
Writing an effective audit report means communicating key messages to your audit stakeholders, clearly, concisely and persuasively. It means writing recommendations that will be agreed, accepted, and acted upon. You will learn the same proven techniques and strategies that hundreds of auditors from Europe to America to South Africa have learned and put in place immediately following the workshop.
As a result of this workshop, you will be able to:
- Understand and address stakeholder needs so you can write at an appropriate level of detail without having to guess or invest too much time;
- Master the universal best practices in writing that today‘s auditor needs to know so the underlying messages in your audit report are clear, concise and actionable;
- Learn how to write persuasively so your audit clients agree to your findings with less discussion and debate, shortening the audit reporting cycle;
- Become an expert at writing findings and recommendations in a structured and supported way so your audit client comes to the same conclusions you did;
- Address the avoidable cultural mistakes in your audit report writing style that could provoke or offend your international audit client.
Before the two-day workshop, Tracie will assess your report writing so you know where your strengths and weaknesses are before the training. The workshop will be followed by writing practice and individual feedback using tested case studies.
Want the training program for your entire team?
Tracie will tailor the workshop training material and case studies for your international audit team. Your report template, audit manual and template language will be taken into account. Sample language from your own reports/industry can be included in the training material to create a completely customized experience.
To find out more, contact Tracie.