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Inside the Auditorium Podcast: Sandro Boeri [Episode 2]

The second episode of ‘Inside the Auditorium’ discovers the business-critical role of the internal audit profession.

I’m joined by Sandro Boeri, a leader and audit specialist with an impressive career trajectory from head of audit to audit recruiter and trainer and now head of culture assessment for Deutsche Bank, as well as the president of the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors. In this episode, Sandro shares invaluable perspectives on auditing culture and retention, his advocacy for the industry and moving the dial on diversifying talent outside the mainstream system.

This episode explores:

  • Diversifying internal audit entry points: Sandro challenges the conventional notion that an accounting background is the sole gateway to a successful career in internal audit. He advocates for a diverse range of entry points, encouraging professionals to embrace the expansive nature of the field.

  • Nurturing Talent and Culture: Internal audit has a critical role in shaping organisational culture. Sandro shares his experiences in fostering career progression, investing in people, and creating a culture that retains and develops young talents.

  • Crafting a dynamic career path: Retention is paramount. Discover how internal audit can be a stepping stone to a varied and dynamic career path. Sandro advocates for mobility within a business to gain an understanding of day-to-day business pressures and laying the foundations for returning to internal audit at a more senior level.

This episode shares deep insights that will reshape your perspective on internal audit careers and the spectrum of opportunities available.

Listen and subscribe on Apple, Spotify, and other podcast platforms.

Click here to read more about the IIA Audit & Risk award

Click here to see Sandro’s book recommendation: Beyond Agile Auditing

Note: The views expressed by Sandro are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of his employer.