I’m sure you’ll have noticed in the last few years of using smart phones that every time you add a new app, no matter what that app is for, it asks if it can “use your location”. Sure, you get a chance to allow or not, but how many of us just click that allow button without thinking what information that simple choice conveys?
The audit world isn’t as scary as people make it out to be. But there are things that you can only learn in the audit profession through experience and not in the classroom. Here are some of the biggest takeaways I learned as a first year auditor:
Your customers and potential customers share data with you every day. Whether it’s an email address or more in-depth information like a shipping address or credit card information, they expect you to protect what they share.
One of the most effective ways of approaching professional development is by using collaborative approaches. Or, as Eleanor Roosevelt once said, do one thing every day that scares you. I imagine that might be just as effective when it comes to professionally developing oneself and, as a result, personal skills with it. Here are three areas to consider dedicating attention to on the job if you desire to take personal development to new heights.