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Why Audit Teams Need the Confidence to Speak Up

Audit teams and engagements suffer when members feel unsafe about raising questions or admitting mistakes.  This blog defines what psychological safety means and the best practices to put audit team members at ease.

To read the full article in the Journal of Accountancy, click: Why Audit Teams Need the Confidence to Speak Up.

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