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eWISE - May 2015 


I'm looking forward to the International Investigative Interviewing Conference in Geelong at the end of June and looking for  relevant research to add into our Investigative Interviewing courses scheduled for July (Sydney) and November (Melbourne). These programs will be using LIVE ACTORS for maximum effect, so if you or your team want to update, refresh or advance your skills - book online to secure a place today. 

This months blogs cover stamping out workplace bullying, what to do when the police are involved, challenging respondents when their evidence doesn't match(!) and fathoming performance management.  I hope you enjoy them.



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How to Stop Workplace Bullying in its Tracks

By Harriet Stacey

Workplace bullying is an enormous problem, which can be very difficult to manage.  While it is important that incidents of bullying are investigated and appropriate action is taken, it's much more effective to tackle the problem of bullying by trying to prevent it from happening in the first place. Read More Here

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Copping out - When it's Time to Call the Police

By Harriet Stacey

Police involvement in a workplace incident is an unwelcome prospect for any organisation. It is often difficult for employers to know what matters should be reported to the police, at what stage of the process to contact the police, and how to proceed once the police are involved.  Read More Here

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Bully or Boss?  Finding the Line in Performance Management

By Harriet Stacey

Being a manager is a tricky business. Not only are you responsible for your team meeting its targets and goals, but you must manage employees with a diverse range of personalities and abilities. It’s often difficult to walk the line between effective management, and risking claims of bullying by a disgruntled employee. Read More Here

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Sex, Lies and Audiotape 

By Harriet Stacey

When conducting a workplace investigation, usually at some point you will have to conduct an interview with the person against whom allegations have been made.  One of the big issues that can arise in these situations is how to challenge the interviewee. A challenge is necessary when the interviewee denies the allegations or gives a different account of events.  Read More Here


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UPCOMING WISE TRAINING COURSES


Conducting Workplace Investigations - Advanced

ARTICULATES WITH THE CERT IV GOVERNMENT INVESTIGATIONS

Location: Melbourne
Date: 5-7 August 2015

Location: Brisbane (changed date)
Date: 16-18 September 2015

Location: Sydney
Date: 13-15 October 2015

TWO DAY SPECIALIST COURSE

Investigative Interviewing

Location: Sydney
Date: 22-23 July 2015

Location: Melbourne
Date: 5-6 November 2015

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Investigative Interviewing Conference 2015

Location: Melbourne
Date: 22-26 June 2015

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No2Bullying Conference 2015

Location: Gold Coast
Date: 29-30 June 2015

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