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Risk assessments are the primary component when planning, executing and delivering value in an internal audit. They are the building blocks of your internal audit activities and operational audit program. Sonia Luna CPA, CIA, CEO of Aviva Spectrum and Monica Raffety, CIA
Senior Manager, Financial Controls at Kaiser Permanente will help you to:
Understand risk assessment tools available
Learn how and when to apply risk assessment techniques
Leverage different forms of quantitative and qualitative analysis techniques
Learn when to deviate from risk assessment templates with a memo or scoring
Understand what external auditors, management and the Board need to know when executing a risk assessment.
Understand how risk assessment impact the internal audit activities, from walkthroughs to testing
Sonia Luna, CEO Aviva Spectrum
We will discuss how to evaluate reasonable risk and think outside-the-box to create workable solutions.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Spinach Ricotta Pasta, and the "adventure" recipe will be Ham and Black-Eyed Peas Stew.
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is honored to welcome back Mr. Barry Elms, President of Strategic Negotiations International (considered by many to be America's business coach in sales & negotiating skills) as our featured guest speaker discussing the skill set every credit professional needs.....negotiating.
During a speaking career that spans over 20 years Barry has given over 2000 presentations worldwide. His energetic style and dynamic message will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Barry was born and educated in England and has worked in Sales, Customer Service, and Credit Management, as well as being CEO of companies in both Europe and America.
In addition to being a world class public speaker, Barry is also the author of numerous video and audio programs including: "Negotiate Your Way to Success", "Advanced Negotiation Skills", "Dialing for Dollars" and "The Art of Getting Paid".
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is sponsored by Commercial Credit Management Associates (CCMA).
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is indeed honored to welcome Mike Hourston. Mike has Master Degrees in both Business and History (focus East Asia) from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and 20+ years of successful Risk Management experience at several large multinational companies. Recognized nationally in 2008 (Silver) and 2003 (Gold) with “Alexander Hamilton” best practice treasury awards in credit risk management presented by Treasury and Risk magazine. Has had articles published in finance journals on numerous risk management topics. Hourston currently resides in O’Fallon, MO and can be reached at Mhourston@att.net
Business Credit Radio is sponsored by Commercial Credit Management Associates LLC (CCMA).
Trust is important, but it is also dangerous. It is important because it allows us to form relationships with others and to depend on others—for love, for advice, for help with our plumbing, or what have you—especially when we know that no outside force compels them to give us such things. But trust also involves the risk that people we trust will not pull through for us; for, if there were some guarantee that they would pull through, then we would have no need to trust them. In this context, trust is also dangerous. What we risk while trusting is the loss of the things that we entrust to others, including our self-respect, perhaps, which can be shattered by the betrayal of our trust. Tune in this week as Nancy Herold and I discuss how trusting requires: - that we be vulnerable to others (vulnerable to betrayal in particular); - that we think well of others, at least in certain domains; - and that we be optimistic that people are, or at least will be, competent in certain respects. Tonight’s show proposes that ‘at our core’ there is a trust that knows no mistakes, no victims, only lessons and growth. To have a reciprocal relationship with the world around us, trust is the lubricant. Listen in as we discuss that trust and love are the natural states for us to evolve.
Larry and Michele have been with The Nathan Group, An Independent Assoicate of Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. for 10 1/2 years and are Executive Directors with the company.
They have received the designation of Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialists.
...Paid Legal Services they are in a select group of 350 associates who have earned the prestigious Ring for "Making A Difference" ...
As law firms enter into another year of flat revenue and the mandate of reducing headcount even further to meet budgetary constraints, it is time to revisit alternatives to this diminishing course of action.
Rob Mattern has worked with law firms for over twenty-five (25) years, through the good and the bad times; however, it is only in the last five (5) years that firms have been open to alternative strategies to reduce expenses. Economic necessity has mandated this course of action, but also a client-driven enlightenment based on the universal necessity to become more cost-effective and efficient in the delivery of legal services.
Guest: Rob Mattern
President and Founder
Mattern & Associates, LLC
Contact: Rob Mattern: firstname.lastname@example.org 610.459.7750
In business, Murphy's Law often comes in to play: "What can go wrong will go wrong", and to make matters worse, Murphy was an optimist. Today on The Hut, Hosts, Patrick Shore and Jodi Livengood will outline different ways you as an owner can lower your business risk; including knowing your customer's needs, growing talent within your company, having a contingency plan at the ready and not allowing your cash flow to cripple your momentum.
Patrick Shore is President and CEO of IntelliThink LLC, a strategic consulting company established to define, design and implement "Game Changing" business solutions
Jodi Livengood is a Solutions Manager with IntelliThink LLC
How do you decide that your dreams and ideas are worth persuing? How much do you risk in the persuit of your dreams?
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