E244 Finding Your Voice Again with Gina Hansen

In today’s #jammingwithjason #podcast I talk with my friend Gina Hansen about her experience when the rug got pulled out from under her life. When you listen to this entire episode you will learn all that Gina experienced in the span of six months, and how she was able to find her voice again. An …

E242 Caring for People is Leadership with Stacey Graham

A lot of people in the corporate world may find themselves entering into leadership roles, whether as their permanent position or just for a temporary amount of time. Many of these people may only have had experience in the more technical aspects of their jobs, and may not be very prepared to lead others. Stacey …

E174: Assessing the Value of Learning Opportunities

How do you assess the value of learning opportunities? Perhaps you may look at it as a cost per hour type of expenditure. Well in today’s episode I’m here to discuss how that is a flawed mindset and in what ways one should be looking at the various opportunities that are out there. Listen in …

E144: Aligning with Management Expectations is What Value-Added Means with George Graves

In today’s episode, we have George Graves who is here to share with us the things that he has learned and witnessed in the auditing field over the course of his 40 year career. From the “magazine image of auditing” to best practices in internal audit functions this episode is JAM packed with tons of …

Jamming with Jason E82: Personality-Based Internal Auditing with Barbara Siegenthaler

A lot of people are advocating auditing culture. Problem is, it’s very swishy and difficult to objectively audit. A much more practical approach is to utilize some newer research around Personality System Interaction (PSI) patterns and utilize the Organizational Personality Framework which provides new, innovative levers for change, based on analyzing the organization’s preferred personality …

How to Deal with Difficult People (CAEB 47)

If you are like most internal audit leaders, you have a lot of difficult people you need to deal with on a daily and weekly basis. It can not only be exhausting, but if we don’t handle things correctly it can negatively affect our career. Instead of a video this week, I suggest you take …

CAE Forum Admission & cRisk Academy Course Information (CAEB 46)

The Chief Audit Executive (CAE) Briefing is now a FREE course for all CAEs. If you are the CAE in your organization, or you report to a CAE in a large organization, you may register for this course at:¬† https://jasonmefford.mykajabi.com/offers/ezsxLzjQ If you are NOT a CAE, this course is not for you. In this weeks’s …

Modifying Your Annual Audit Plan (CAEB 45)

In this weeks’s video I talk about about modifying your annual audit plan based on the most impactful event we have experienced in over 100 years. I hear many CAEs just talking about doing their established audit plan virtually (the whole social distancing discussion) but they miss the mark in realizing that taking a risk-based …

6 Impacts to Consider for Business Continuity Planning (BCP) – CAEB E44

In this weeks’s video I talk about business continuity planning (BCP) which is always a relevant topic anytime our organizations experience crisis events like the one we are going through now with COVID-19. It amazes me each time we go through an event, how unprepared most organizations are. This give us the opportunity to help …

Leadership in Times of Crisis – CAEB E43

COVID-19 has caused quite the chaos around the world, and I’m sure you are feeling it’s impacts now in your business and personal life. In times of chaos, most people want to hide in a cave and wait for the chaos and danger to pass, but that is one of the worst things you can …

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