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Resilient CAE track: Conversations with internal audit leaders
A chief internal audit executive podcast
New risks mean new responsibilities. As uncertainty ripples through industries, business models, and technology, organizations are asking more of their leaders. You’re no longer just a chief audit executive. You’re also a strategic business partner. But to make this shift—and do it with impact—you’ll need to tap into new methods, agile approaches, and innovative technologies. What inspiration can you take from others who have succeeded in their evolving roles? Hear from executives across industries as they share their perspectives and explore what it means to be a resilient internal audit leader today.
Leading through dramatic transformation
As we expand the voices of resilient leaders and bring you their unfiltered stories, Sarah Fedele, Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory’s internal audit leader, hosts a series of episodes where she explores what it means to be a resilient CAE. Listen to the inaugural episode with Sandy Pundmann and Resilient host Mike Kearney, as they discuss how technology and innovation are helping internal audit leaders drive dramatic transformation in their organizations.
What we're seeing at the chief audit executive level by the board, by the audit committee, the audit committee chair, and the C-suite is they really want the chief audit executive to have a point of view and perspective on what's going on with the business.
Tune into our episodes featuring resilient chief internal audit leaders.
- Rob King, corporate vice president and chief audit executive at FedEx, on optimizing the role of internal audit
- Kenneth Chen, CAE of Spotify, on the importance of internal audit’s relationship with management
- Brandi Thomas, vice president, corporate audit for Delta Airlines, on the future and the evolving role of the chief audit executive