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Ethical Leadership: It’s not As Easy As You Think

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Monday, June 24 | 10:15-11:30 AM CPE: 1.5 Level: Advanced Recommended Prerequisite: Experience with or the expectation of managing and leading other fraud examiners
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Willful Blindness: Why We Fail To See What We Need To See – (2 hrs)

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Does your position in the organizational hierarchy affect your ethical decision-making process? How much do your self-esteem and self-confidence affect your willingness to...
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The HealthSouth Financial Statement Fraud: How Did It Go So Wrong (2 hrs)

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– Learning from an FBI Agent who was involved in this investigation, participants will discuss the events that occurred as well as the mistakes...
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Ethical Leadership

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Ethical Leadership – As soon as you ascend to a position of power, there are changes in the way your brain processes information and...
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Interviewing Skills For Attorneys

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Interviewing Skills For Attorneys – Whether it be in a deposition, courtroom, or just an information gathering session, asking questions is an important part...
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Behavioral Ethics: With So Much Information Accessible, What Are The Implications for Investigators?

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Behavioral Ethics: With So Much Information Accessible, What Are The Implications for Investigators? –  Between social media, cookies, search histories,...
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I Would Never Do That! How Your Brain Circumvents Ethics and Compliance Efforts

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I Would Never Do That! How Your Brain Circumvents Ethics and Compliance Efforts – Organizations spend millions of dollars in an attempt to ensure...
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I’m A Good Person, (Except When I’m Not): How Our Brains Rationalize Unethical And Fraudulent Behaviors

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I’m A Good Person, (Except When I’m Not): How Our Brains Rationalize Unethical And Fraudulent Behaviors – Almost every day, we hear stories of...
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Moral Equilibrium:  Why Giving to Charity and Other Good Deeds Might Be Red Flags to Fraud

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Moral Equilibrium:  Why Giving to Charity and Other Good Deeds Might Be Red Flags to Fraud – In this block of instruction, participants will...
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Comparing & Contrasting 5 Different Interview Styles

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Comparing & Contrasting 5 Different Interview Styles – In recent years, researchers have started to study investigative interview techniques.  In this block of instruction,...
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I Am In Charge! How Power Affects Your Risk Perceptions

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I Am In Charge! How Power Affects Your Risk Perceptions –American President Abraham Lincoln once said, “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if...
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A Diagnosis Gone Wrong.  How Framing Can Impede the Success of Your Risk Assessment Process

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  A Diagnosis Gone Wrong.  How Framing Can Impede the Success of Your Risk Assessment Process – When assessing and mitigating risk, you...
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The Brendan Dassey Confession: Lessons for Interviewers

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The Brendan Dassey Confession:  Lessons for Interviewers:  In the Netflix series, Making A Murderer, 16-year-old Brendan Dassey confessed to participating in a murder, but...
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Detecting Deception: The Body Tells A Story, But The Chances of Reading It Accurately Are Problematic?

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Detecting Deception: The Body Tells A Story, But The Chances of Reading It Accurately Are Problematic?  – Interviewers have been taught for years to...
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Fraud Awareness & Statement Analysis

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Fraud Awareness & Statement Analysis – When fraud examiners and financial crime investigators conduct interviews, either in person or over the telephone, there are so...
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Strengths & Weaknesses of Data Analytics (3 HRS)

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In this interactive exercise, students debate the best and worst uses of data analytics as they pertain to fraud, money laundering and bribery detection...
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Procurement Fraud (2 HRS)

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This is one of the hardest crimes to detect and prevent.  With bid rigging and price collusion, the investigator has a difficult time proving...
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Waterford: A Case Study in Financial Fraud and Money Laundering (2 HRS)

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Inevitable twists and turns accompany this high dollar fraud case where the suspect was incredibly creative in ways to deceive his victim.  Using fraudulent...
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Terrorist Financing ( 2 HRS)

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 Terrorists are different than traditional money launderers.  In this exercise, determine triggers that can alert you to potential terrorist financing activities and how to...
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Risk Assessment (3 HRS)

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 In this interactive exercise, work with your fellow students to better understand risk and find holes in your programs.  (3 hrs) Learning Objectives:  After...
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