How to conduct a trauma informed investigation into bullying, discrimination or harassment
Wednesday, October 14th, 12.30PM AEST
How to conduct a
trauma informed investigation
Join us on 14 October 2020 at 12.30pm for a conversation on how to conduct a trauma informed investigation with Harriet Witchell a former police officer turned entrepreneur. She is the CEO and founder of MyKludo, a marketplace for investigation professionals.
During this webinar, she will share her expertise on the best practices around conducting an investigation in the workplace.
Harriet Witchell, BA (Hons), Grad Dip.Psych, Msc Forensic Psych
CEO & Founder of MyKludo, The Marketplace for Investigation Professionals
Harriet is a leading authority on workplace investigations in Australia. She holds post graduate qualifications in psychology and education and is an expert practitioner and investigator dealing with whistle-blowers, bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment complaints for corporate, NFP and government clients. Harriet was formerly a police officer and academic and in 2013 she published an award-winning book titled “Investigative Interviewing: A guidebook for workplace investigators” based on her research in the area. Prior to Covid, Harriet regularly presented at national and international conferences on investigations related topics and in 2020 launched MyKludo a marketplace designed to better meet the needs of clients seeking investigation services.
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