A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away: Ethical decisions require our Jedi heroes to make a choice between two rights while balancing various needs in order to make what is considered an ethical decision. This is what makes ethical decision making so hard, because there doesn’t seem to be one correct answer.
Understand your ethical obligations as an internal auditor you will, as well as frameworks for analyzing and managing complex ethical dilemmas that may arise in practice... in a uniquely fun and engaging way.
Get your annual ethics hours in an entertaining way, as Yevgeniya Rossova and Jason Mefford use ethical dilemmas and situations from Star Wars and the IIA Code of Ethics applied to your role as an internal auditor.
And, it's as simple as watching a movie.
You can do a boring ethics course, that will put you to sleep and make you want to poke out your eye balls, or you can sit back and enjoy this entertaining conversation.
** This course meets the requirements of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) 2 hours of ethics education, and most other annual ethics requirements.
Jason Mefford is a rock star in internal audit, risk management and compliance. He typically works with Chief Audit Executives and professionals in audit, risk and compliance with the technical and soft-skills needed to navigate the land mines of organizations. He takes complicated, confusing & hard things, makes them practical, proactive & simple to improve learning and transformation.
Jason is an edutainer, executive coach, professional speaker, facilitator and media producer. He serves the internal audit community through his companies Mefford Associates, cRisk Academy, Mefford CIA Review Course, and the Jamming with Jason Podcast.
Start#1 Introduction, Jedi and IIA Code of Ethics (13:21)
Start#2 Fear of loss is a path to the dark side and Independence (26:30)
Start#3 Serving Two Masters, Confidentiality and Objectivity (17:49)
Start#4 Attachment, Balance in the Force, Competence and Expectations (21:55)
Start#5 Emotions, Conflict, and Loss of Independence and Objectivity (14:21)
Start#6 Conclusion and Compassion (6:53)