Though senior executives have figured prominently in recent fraud cases, people at all levels and of all backgrounds and professions are capable of committing fraud. Understanding the psychological forces behind fraudulent behavior in both individuals as well as weithin groups of people is critical to detecting, preventing and dealing with fraud.
In this course, the distinction between two groups of criminals will be made clear, with suggestions and discussions on what can be done about each group from both an audit (and risk and governance) and management standpoint in your organization.
July 30 8:00 am-5:00pm
Dalchau Service Center
3505 Montopolis Drive
Austin, TX 78744
Joan Pastor, Ph.D., is president of JPA International, Inc., and has been a professional international speaker, trainer and coach since 1986. She is well-known for her keynotes and work in assisting organizations in developing their vision, plus the strategy and processes to achieve it. Joan is a licensed business and clinical psychologist. In 2009, Joan won the Excellence in Journalism Award by the AICPA for her article “The Ten Habits of Highly Effective Audit Committees.” The content of the article was reprinted and voted as a CPA Best Practice in 2013.
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