Improving you interview skills through linguistic lie detection
Who should attend?
Auditors, investigators, lawyers, human resources and sales professionals
Lie to Me: Interview Essentials through Linguistic Lie Detection – 8 hours
Cost: IIA/ISACA members $340.00
Non members $380.00
Gathering truthful information is an integral part of any corporate environment. How important is it for us to learn the truth from our employees, managers, and clients? This overview presents how linguistic lie detection is used in business, audit, and investigative areas to help you become more effective in all your business relationships. As a session participant, you’ll learn the basics of information gathering and how to interpret the information you receive. You’ll also learn how linguistic lie detection techniques can be applied to a variety of high-profile media cases to illustrate examples of deception including:
• How to determine if a person is speaking truthfully or untruthfully.
• How often deception is used in the workplace.
• Specific linguistic triggers that indicate deception.
• What types of questions produce the most effective responses.
• How linguistic lie detection is used for human resources, audit, and investigative areas.
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Do You Know What Your Employees are Saying About Your Company After Hours?
Or during office hours?
Most of us are constantly plugged in to our technology day and night. Despite what corporate policies might say, do your employees know how that impacts their tweets, posts or announcements online?
All it takes is one bad apple to destroy or hinder your corporate brand.
Does Your Corporation Exhibit Any of These Traits?
Poor employee morale?
Confusion over what is ethical and what isn't?
Power struggles between management and staff?
Information leakage via social media?
How Vulnerable is your Corporation to Social Engineering?
If you answered yes to any two of these questions, your security may be at risk.
Do you allow employees to be connected to Social Media during working hours?
Do you have a social media usage policy?
Is the Social Media Policy embedded into the Code of Ethics or Code of Conduct?
Click on this link to find out more about our social media awareness training
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