Stalking in the Workplace

When:
January 15, 2014 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Where:
Webinar
Contact:
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STALKING OF PUBLIC FIGURES, EXECUTIVES, AND OTHERS IN THE
PUBLIC EYE AND WHAT YOU CAN DO TO MINIMIZE ITS INFLUENCE OVER YOUR WORKPLACE

Robert Bardo.  Arthur Jackson.  Mark Chapman.  John Hinckley.  All are stalkers who
targeted well-known celebrities.  Chances are that you have heard their names, but are you  aware of the significance of their crimes in respect to your safety in (and out) of the workplace?

This webinar will educate personal / executive assistants (as well as front of the line staff)  working for anyone in the public eye (including celebrities, politicians, executives, community leaders, etc.) about how to better protect themselves and their workplaces.  While effective threat assessment requires intensive training and years of experience, the material presented is informational in nature and meant only as a general overview of the basics of stalking, in the context of fan mail / strange communications often received by executives and their staff.  We will be reviewing various stalking cases, looking at the elements in a threat assessment, learning
how to identify communications / people of concern, seeing what information can be obtained from communications (stated intentions, investigative information, etc.), dealing with such troublesome individuals, and then knowing what to do with the information before it escalates.

Some takeaways include:
*  Stalking behaviors
*  Why you should be concerned about strange communications
*  Some common red flags
*  Case histories
*  Tips on how to better protect your privacy
*  General strategies to help you deal with people of concern

To register: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/306591679

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