Monday, June 24 | 10:15-11:30 AM
Recommended Prerequisite: Experience with or the expectation of managing and leading other fraud examiners
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics
Everyone believes themselves to be ethical, but our brains work in mysterious ways. In this session, you will learn how your brain can subconsciously work to disguise, alter, and transform different facts and events causing you to inadvertently
make unethical decisions. By understanding phenomena such as bounded ethicality, motivated blindness and ethical fading, you will learn how to mitigate the automatic behaviors that make good people do bad things.
You Will Learn How To:
Director, 21st Century Learning & Consulting
Retired Special Agent (SA) Bret Hood is a 25-year veteran of the FBI. In his time with the FBI, Hood worked high-profile white-collar, money laundering, public corruption, counter-terrorism and organized crime cases. For his last 15 years, Hood
was a master instructor for the FBI. Since retirement in 2016, Hood has served as the director of 21st Century Learning & Consulting LLC providing consulting and instructional services to organizations around the world. He is also a former
adjunct professor of leadership and ethics for the University of Virginia.
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