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Class: 65284 Reid Technique of Investigative Interviewing and Positive Persuasion
State/Campus: 
Appleton Campus
Start Date: 
3/20/2019
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
0.15
City/Location: 
D. J. Bordini Center

End Date: 
3/20/2019

Total Hours: 
6.00

Fee: 
$219.00
 
Description:
This seminar was developed to meet the needs of organizations and individuals who may need to conduct investigative interviews with their employees and/or have sensitive discussions with suppliers or customers. The approach is applicable in any interview where the goal is to learn the truth. An example could involve Human Resources interviewing; an employee who is involved in a policy violation such as falsifying an expense account, violating various rules or regulations pertaining to their job, harassing other employees, stealing from the company, or any other violation that comes into question. This technique can also be used by Buyers in discussions with suppliers as well as by sales people with customers. When the goal is to learn the truth, the Reid Technique can be helpful. In our one-day program, three primary topics will be discussed: behavior symptom analysis, the behavior analysis interview and the seven steps of positive persuasion.

Designed for corporate investigations, dealing with such issues as embezzlement, theft, drug use on the job, sexual harassment in the workplace, time and attendance fraud, etc.

Meeting Times:
3/20/2019 - 3/20/2019 Wednesday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM BC138A

Class Notes:
Materials, refreshments and lunch provided


 
   
Class: 80412 Reid Technique of Investigative Interviewing and Positive Persuasion
State/Campus: 
Appleton Campus
Start Date: 
10/17/2019
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
0.15
City/Location: 
D. J. Bordini Center

End Date: 
10/17/2019

Total Hours: 
6.00

Fee: 
$0.00
 
Description:
This seminar was developed to meet the needs of organizations and individuals who may need to conduct investigative interviews with their employees and/or have sensitive discussions with suppliers or customers. The approach is applicable in any interview where the goal is to learn the truth. An example could involve Human Resources interviewing; an employee who is involved in a policy violation such as falsifying an expense account, violating various rules or regulations pertaining to their job, harassing other employees, stealing from the company, or any other violation that comes into question. This technique can also be used by Buyers in discussions with suppliers as well as by sales people with customers. When the goal is to learn the truth, the Reid Technique can be helpful. In our one-day program, three primary topics will be discussed: behavior symptom analysis, the behavior analysis interview and the seven steps of positive persuasion.

Designed for corporate investigations, dealing with such issues as embezzlement, theft, drug use on the job, sexual harassment in the workplace, time and attendance fraud, etc.

Meeting Times:
10/17/2019 - 10/17/2019 Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM BC138A

Class Notes:
Materials, refreshments and lunch provided. The fees for this term have not been approved by the state. The fees will be determined by April 1. The estimated fee will be $219.