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The Mueller investigation report was highly anticipated and closely watched, for many different reasons. As investigators, we appreciate aspects of an intricate, long and detailed investigation more than most. What are the lessons and take-aways for us as investigators from this process? We will discuss issues such as ethical responsibilities, investigating high profile cases, lack of cooperation, privilege and confidentiality, disappearing evidence, professionalism, report organization, executive summaries, drawing conclusions and more.
By the end of this webinar, participants will:
- Examine ethical issues relating to personal integrity and trustworthiness
- Learn about methods of data gathering and analysis
- Examine processes and procedures for managing high profile investigations
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Bobbi Dominick has degrees in history, law, and theology. She has worked in law, consulting, and human resources. She has taught at universities, in classrooms, conference rooms, boardrooms, training halls and ballrooms. She uses her voice by helping organizations improve their efforts to prevent and resolve workplace harassment and discrimination. Bobbi has been working in the area of workplace investigations for over three decades. She is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources and SHRM Senior Certified Professional. Bobbi was a 2018 TEDx speaker, and is also the author of the nationally published books, Preventing Workplace Harassment in a #MeToo World (SHRM Publishing 2018) and Investigating Harassment and Discrimination Claims: A Practical Guide (Pfeiffer 2004)(co-author with Jan Salisbury).