Richard Chambers, president and CEO of the Institute of Internal Auditors, has published a new book detailing how members of his profession can advance their careers.

“Trusted Advisors: Key Attributes of Outstanding Auditors,” is a follow-up to his 2014 memoir, “Lessons Learned on the Audit Trail.” The closing chapter of that book dealt with the concept of how a trusted advisor such as an internal auditor earns a “seat at the table” when business decisions are being made. Chambers decided to devote his next book to the topic of how internal auditors can get that seat.

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