Video

Breaking down microexpressions during interviews

Cliff Lansley, Director at the Emotional Intelligence Academy and a keynoter at the upcoming 28th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference, discusses the ways in which fraud examiners can use microexpressions to glean more information from their interview subjects. View the video.

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Breaking down microexpressions during interviews

Cliff Lansley, Director at the Emotional Intelligence Academy and a keynoter at the upcoming 28th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference, discusses the ways in which fraud examiners can use microexpressions to glean more information from their interview subjects. View the video.

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I've learned during my career that successful CFEs should be humble and capable of demonstrating empathy. This helps me stay focused on identifying the facts. Of course, one of the most important skills I've learned is to conduct effective witness interviews by communicating respectfully in a true and fair manner."— Placide Schmidiger, CFE