The Flaws with Good Cop, Bad Cop and Why Rapport Gets Results (Part 2)

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In the second part of this webinar series, we provide practitioners with an understanding of how to use the ORBIT model to increase engagement from interviewees and obtain more information in a range of contexts. This includes the key rapport-building principles of Honesty, Empathy, Evocation, Adaptation, Autonomy, and Reflection as well as the interpersonal behavior wheel.

The ORBIT model of interviewing has been used in a range of operational contexts including law enforcement, military and intelligence agencies, border agencies, war crimes teams, humanitarian organizations, and corporate teams conducting workplace investigations.

We will discuss the implications of this, along with operational case examples of using ORBIT in the field. Recently retired Superintendent Jim Smyth will provide insights from his 35-year career with the Ontario Provincial Police and his experience in a number of high-profile cases.

 

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