02 Jun

An Investigator’s Guide to the Whistleblower: Part 3 of 6

 The Bottom of the Barrel Doing the right thing can be a cruel life lesson for whistle-blower’s.  After assuming company executives would applaud the whistle-blower’s efforts for bringing derogatory and potentially illegal information to their attention, the whistle-blower suddenly finds himself/herself no longer employed and
01 Jun

An Investigator’s Guide to Whistle-Blower’s: Part 2 of 6

Explaining Some of the Psychology Behind Disclosure and Retaliation It’s the one thing they never imagined.  The whistle-blower believed people, especially his/her supervisors, would see what needed to be done and start the process of correction.  It seemed so obvious, so righteous.  No sooner than
19 Jan

InsideRisk

A top Swiss executive finds himself in charge of saving Isabelle. After tense negotiations, he reaches an agreement with the kidnappers. But when the delivery of the ransom disastrously fails, all trust is shattered. J.P. must act quickly – take bigger and bolder steps, and
20 Oct

FBI Letter of Commendation

“I would like to personally thank you for your support and participation at the FBI Command College in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. The event would not have been as successful without your presentation. Your expertise as a presenter brought significant insight to effective leadership. The