Covers reasons employees do not come forward to report concerning comments or behaviors. Provides tips on how to enhance proactive reporting. Explores the importance of documentation and explains the value of a threat-management or crisis-management team in the workplace.

  • Examples of workplace violence
  • Exploration of issues that can precipitate difficult or even violent confrontations in the work environment
  • Warning signs or precipitators that lead to the difficult situations
  • Critical indicators that necessitate immediate reporting and action on the part of managers
  • Why Employees Don’t Report: Provides information on the most common reasons employees don’t report the early warning signs
  • The difficult reality that there is no foolproof remedy for eliminating difficult situations
  • De-escalation of actual conflict
  • Policy, protocol, progressive discipline and appropriate documentation by managers
  • Explanation of the concept of a threat or crisis management team
  • Steps taken in the investigation of a concerning situation in the work environment

This course is ideal for managers, human resources or security professionals; however, it is equally useful for any employee dealing with people in the course of his/her job duties.

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Wendy Evans

Wendy Evans, owner of Security Impact Group, LLC, and corporate ethics investigator for Lockheed Martin, graduated in 1987 from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast News/Public Affairs and Government Studies.