2009 General Audit Management (GAM) Conference: Session Detail

CS5-4: TUESDAY MARCH 17, 2009, 10:15-11:30 a.m.

More Than Just Numbers: How Do You Select, Train, and Retain the Very...

Gregory C. Redmond
General Manager, Chevron
Patricia K. Miller, CIA
Partner, Enterprise Risk Services, Deloitte & Touche, LLP And IIA Chairman of the Board

More Than Just Numbers: How Do You Select, Train, and Retain the Very Best Internal Audit Professionals?

  • Learn how to juggle increasing responsibilities and higher stakeholder expectations in today's challenging environment.  
  • Find out how to look outside the box for extraordinary talent and how to adapt them to your environment.
  • Discuss industry best practices on how to train and retain your most valuable asset  your internal auditors.  
 
NASBA - PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Presenter Biography: Gregory C. Redmond

Greg Redmond has worked for Chevron for more than 35 years (15 of those years were with Gulf Oil before the 1984 merger). His professional career has been distinguished by his extraordinary mentoring. Redmond began his career with Gulf Oil in the Pittsburgh Tax Department and was later assigned to London. He then transferred to Houston to head the Tax Compliance organization, and San Francisco, where he joined the Chevron Tax Department. In 1996, Redmond was appointed manager of Corporate Strategic Planning. He currently directs internal audit activities for 17 locations worldwide and ensures the effectiveness and strength of Chevrons internal control environment.


 
Presenter Biography: Patricia K. Miller, CIA

Patty Miller has provided a broad array of services to Deloitte & Touche clients, including internal audit strategic and quality assessments, business and audit risk evaluations, audit planning and implementation services, operational and information systems control evaluations, and Sarbanes-Oxley readiness services. Prior to joining Deloitte & Touche in 1997, she had a 14-year career with Pacific Telesis and Pacific Bell, where she held numerous management positions in diverse areas, including internal auditing, billing systems, financial management and planning, process design and engineering, project and program management, and merger planning and integration. Miller has held a number of volunteer positions within The IIA, including chairman of The Institute's Executive Committee of the Board of Directors.


 
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