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 2018 December Luncheon

12/12/2018 11:30 AM
12/12/2018 1:30 PM
Columbia Tower Club at 701 5th Avenue  75th Floor ~ Seattle ~ 98104 | Washington
The event you've been waiting for... Ethics course that will meet your IIA certification requirements!  This luncheon is SUPERSIZED to meet the 100 minute (2.0 CPE) requirement!

Honestly Dishonest: A Fraud Examiner's Perspective

Why do good people make bad decisions? This ethics presentation will change your ideas of how honest people behave. Using behavioral economics (think Dan Ariely and Richard Thaler), neuroscience, and videos this interactive presentation will have you rethinking what you thought you knew about people.


Attend the SUPERSIZE December 12th Luncheon, Honestly Dishonest. and learn:

  • How important Tone at the Top is for any size organization
  • How inexpensive or free tweaks may deter fraud
  • How people justify their behavior and look at themselves at the end of the day
  • How money can be replaced but trust is much more difficult to regain
  • And more... 


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Pricing:

Early Bird:
Register by 11/21

Regular:
Register after 11/21

Member Luncheon
(11:30-1:30pm) – 2.0 CPE

$45

$55

Non-member Luncheon
 (11:30-1:30pm) – 2.0 CPE

$55

$65

NOTE: in interest to increase our Academic Outreach program, we are offering special pricing to those educators and students who contact programming@pugetsoundiia.com for a discount code.

 


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Event Title: 2018 December SUPERSIZE Luncheon: Ethics - Honestly Dishonest

Date: 12/12/2018
Time: 11:30 am - 1:30 pm 
Location: Columbia Tower Club at 701 5th Avenue
75th Floor ~ Seattle ~ 98104 
Instructional delivery method: Group Live
Field of Study: Information Technology 
CPE credit(s): 2.0 hour(s)
Advanced preparation: None required

Course registration requirements: To register for this event, click here.

 

Speaker:

Kelly Paxton, CFE
Pink Collar Crime

Kelly Paxton is a nationally recognized expert in fraud. After interviewing thousands of "good" people she knew that many never saw themselves as having made bad decisions. Everyone wants to think they are a good person. This ethics presentation is timely and relevant to today’s world. Kelly has investigated hundreds of cases ranging from money laundering to conflict of interest to embezzlement. Her hands-on investigative experience for the government and private sector, along with research into criminal behavior and investigating for both the prosecution and defense, provides real-life, practical information.

You can learn more at: kellypaxton.com or pinkcollarcrime.com.

 

 

Refund, complaint, and cancellation policy: Please view our refund, complaint, and cancellation policies on IIA Puget Sound's website.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reply to this email or contact IIA Puget Sound Event Coordinator at programming@pugetsoundiia.com.​