Jamming with Jason E53: Resolving Conflicts at Work with Ken Cloke

Conflict seems like a dirty word, one most people want to avoid. Unfortunately it is a part of everyday life at work and in our personal lives, so we need to understand it and learn how to deal with conflict. In this #jammingwithjason #internalauditpodcast episode I discuss conflict concepts with Ken Cloke from his book:…

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CAE Briefing E41: 2020-03-08

My team is wrapping up our work on the 2020 CAE Survey so you will see those results LATER THIS WEEK, followed by a more detailed guide on how to move from being a cost center to an investment center in your organization. In this week’s video https://youtu.be/kWDiK3ZU9jo I give you a sneak peak into…

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Fire & Earth Podcast E65: Mind / Body Medicine

Research has shown a strong correlation to what we feel in our bodies and our mind and emotions. Ever been guilty of saying you have a pain in your neck? Often we find out someone or something is the cause of our pain in our neck. In this #fireandearthpodcast episode we jump into how some…

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Jamming with Jason E52: Lessons from a Chief Audit Executive (CAE) with Tom Harris

I am please to bring back Tom Harris for this week’s #jammingwithjason #internalauditpodcast episode where discuss lessons he’s learned from being a CAE. You’ll hear how Tom’s career brought him to be a CAE, and suggestions he has for those of you that aspire to become a CAE. In an earlier episode I spoke with…

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CAE Briefing E40: 2020-03-01

This week I want to continue our discuss about getting the budget and resources you need by linking it back to stakeholders, self, and staff. Before you listen to this week’s video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72haFjLhbtA&feature=youtu.be get a pen and paper, since we are going to do an exercise and draw out a model for you to consider…

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Fire & Earth Podcast E64: Hypnotic Ho’oponopono with Mark Lakowske

Ho Ľoponopono is a Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. The Hawaiian word translates into English simply as correction or “to make double right.” In this #fireandearthpodcast episode we are joined by Mark Lakowske to discuss how this concept of reconciliation and #forgiveness is used in #hypnotherapy. Too often we try to fight ourselves and instead…

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Jamming with Jason E51: Independence: I Do Not Think That Word Means What You Think It Means

Independence is a term may in #internalaudit like to push the boundaries on, but when we do we can come off as arrogant or self-righteous to others in the organization. In this week’s #jammingwithjason #internalaudit podcast I discuss the difference between independence and objectivity, why objectivity is more important than independence, and you are not…

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CAE Briefing E39: 2020-02-23

In this wee’s video https://youtu.be/RB9DStj5Ri8 I’m talking more about putting on your “investment manager hat” so we start acting and being perceived as an investment center instead of a cost center. I also want to let you know that I’ve made some improvements to the CAE Forum to give the same result, but make it…

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Fire & Earth Podcast E63: What’s On Your Desk? #2

In this episode we share a few items we keep around our offices and the meaning behind each one. Not only do you learn a little more about each of us, but each item we discuss ultimately leads to some discussing some tips and wisdom on simple things you can do to unlock your potential.…

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Jamming with Jason E50: People Centric Skills with Danny Goldberg

In this #jammingwithjason #internalauditpodcast episode I speak with Danny Goldberg about some of the people centric skills each internal auditor must have. As a profession we often focus primarily on our technical skills, but soft skills is what will get you to the director or CAE level. We discuss topics like: conflict resolution, body language,…

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