Learn about the ins and outs of cross-border investigations, why they are on the increase, ethical obligations, and trends relevant for both internal and external investigators. This engaging discussion will also cover potential risks and opportunities involved in international investigations to include confidentiality and privilege.
During the course of any investigation, issues of potential criminal liability on the part of an individual or an institution may unexpectedly arise. This presentation will identify different scenarios where this may occur and help prepare the investigator to skillfully navigate them.
This webinar will focus on the dilemma every investigator faces from time to time: hitting what seems like a dead end. The presenters will share creative ways to persist in moving forward in an investigation that hits the proverbial wall. Learn new ways to get past common obstacles while staying true to AWI Guiding Principles.
Conflict resolution tools like mediation and restorative processes are important options for investigators and HR professionals to be aware of. Our panelists will share experiences ranging from administering ombuds programs within large institutions, piloting the use of restorative practices at a major corporation, and mediating individual workplace conflicts of all shapes and sizes.
This presentation will help attendees understand and apply current industry best practices in addressing allegations of identity-based harassment, discrimination, and other misconduct at an organization when the allegations are based on anonymous, and often online, allegations.
Our panel of experienced investigation firm owners will offer their insights and practical tips for managing a successful practice as sole practitioner, small boutique firm and large investigations firm. The panel will also discuss strategies for developing business, what technologies firm owners should consider using, and how to attract and keep great staff.