Coaching to plan, manage & conduct factual investigations.

For organisations or government agencies that use internal or external investigators.

Do you struggle to plan & manage workplace investigations?

Do your investigators fail to adhere to terms of reference?

Do subjects of adverse findings complain of procedural unfairness?

Are your investigation reports full of unsupported assumptions not justified by evidence?

Are your investigators focused on preconcieved outcomes?

Do your investigators misunderstand legislative requirements?

Are your investigations delayed only to produce illogical and confusing investigation reports?

The soloution

The Six-I Proven Path. Upskill and empower your people to learn the Six-I Proven path so they can plan and manage effective investigations. Maintain planning and managerial control, while your team collaborate with any external organisations as they conduct investigations inline with your specific requirements. Works for all types of factual investigations.

Financial Statement Analysis

Bribery & Corruption

Workplace Misconduct

Insurance Fraud

Asset Misappropriation

Health & Safety

Business Improvement

Risk Management

Here's how

Online and face to face coaching for individuals and teams to learn the Six-I Proven Path that all successful workplace investigations follow. The Six-I Proven Path is built from the experience of the Australian Federal Police, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and other global law enforcement agencies. Following the Six-I Proven Path delivers excellent outcomes. Deviation from the Six-I Proven Path wastes resources creates new risk, and produces poor investigation results.



We plan to set investigation objectives, scope outcomes, risks, elements of issues(s), resolution options, sources of inquiry, team resources, outlining work phases, timelines and milestones.



An planned investigation is a short piece of work. It has defined, scope, start/end and deliverables.  So we treat it as a project and use standard project management principles to keep it on track.



We interview witnesses, obtain signed statements, interview expert witnesses, obtain physical evidence (exhibits), maintain exhibit register, preserve and maintain records.



We record all activity including interviews, witness contact, meetings, and preparation of briefing papers, obtaining documents, and critical decisions.



With a “well-organised” report (brief of evidence), complying with all applicable laws, recommending any further action that may be required.



We review to assess planning, management, conduct, evidence, and report quality, so we can identify good practice, deficiencies, and lessons learned.

Let me help you learn how to plan, manage, and conduct factual investigations.