Resist the urge to “interrogate” when your goal is to obtain as much information as possible. Be a better listener and you’ll be amazed at what you may have been missing.
A new report shows that how interviewees answer questions could be a useful signal to detect when they are trying to be deceptive.
The words 'scientific method' may bring back haunting memories of chemistry and biology class, but the tried and true tactic can be incredibly useful when conducting LP interviews. Here, David Thompson and Shane G. Sturman from Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates explain just how to implement the method during interrogations.
The best know there is always more to learn. That is the ultimate objective of Elite Training Days, an event hosted by the International Association of Interviewers (IAI).
The investigator uses stories to build a connection with the subject, showing understanding, sharing empathy, and building rapport.
That next time you pick up the phone after an interview, set a new standard and redefine what it means to be “successful.”
There are numerous parts of an investigation or an interview that are consistently under review for policy or legislative changes.
Interrogative specialists review the importance of flashbulb memories, potential trauma, and other components to consider while interviewing.
Showing empathy to a subject during an interview can sometimes be a difficult and confusing task for the interviewer.
In addition to advanced resources and tangible solutions, there is a foundational and often overlooked tool in the battle against ORC—the power of communication.