In a follow-up to Dr. White’s presentation at the AWI Annual Conference, this one-hour webinar will highlight the most pressing concerns investigators face when they perceive a threat of workplace violence to themselves or others. In an informal panel discussion, Dr. White, a renowned expert in identifying and addressing workplace violence, will answer the “what do I do if” questions that are unique to investigators. Participants are encouraged to create an interactive session by posing their own questions.
- Learn when to be concerned about potential workplace violence.
- Hear how others have addressed situations in which they were concerned or experienced threatening behavior.
- Identify self-protection basic measures and indicators for considering assessment or security expertise.
Members & Sustaining Members: FREE
Michal Longfelder, Esq., is founder and principal of Employment Matters. Michal is an employment attorney with an exclusive focus on workplace investigations, internal mediations and executive coaching. As a lawyer, an HR professional, and a business person, with years of experience in each discipline, Michal provides a uniquely thorough understanding of the implications of workplace challenges and potential conflicts.
Dr. Stephen White is a psychologist and the President of Work Trauma Services Inc., a consulting group he founded in 1982 to assist employers with serious workplace crises. His extensive work in organizational trauma reduction led to his specializing, since 1989, in the assessment and management of workplace and campus violence risk. Dr. White has consulted nationally and internationally on over 4,000 threat cases for numerous Fortune 500 companies, private and public organizations, law firms and their clientele, colleges and universities, and law enforcement and governmental agencies. Dr. White is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco, where he has co-facilitated professional development groups for medical students. He is a frequent guest lecturer at regional, national, and international forums for security, human resource, and mental health professionals, campus administrators, law enforcement agencies, and employment law attorneys.