Direct Elicitation in Internal Investigations is brought to you by Lorman
Bolster the efficacy of their interviews and feel satisfied with the outcome of their internal investigations.
Conducting internal investigations can often feel like a thankless task. Witnesses that are forgetful, stonewall, or otherwise provide inaccurate or incomplete information can frustrate the very purpose of the investigation entirely. Borrowing tried and true strategies developed by psychologists and utilized by law enforcement personnel, direct elicitation techniques can help break through communication barriers and obtain critical information from your witness. Learn what elicitation is, how and why it works, and who is best equipped to employ elicitation techniques. This course will explore various elicitation strategies and when and how to deploy them. Utilizing elicitation strategy in internal investigations is key to a successful investigation. This material is critical for employers who want to bolster the efficacy of their interviews and feel satisfied with the outcome of their internal investigations.