Profiling The Fraudster

Author: Simon Padgett
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118929766
Size: 18.96 MB
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Detect and combat corporate fraud with new profiling techniques Profiling the Fraudster: Removing the Mask to Prevent and Detect Fraud takes a step-by-step approach beyond the Fraud Triangle to identify characteristics in potential fraudsters, employees and new hires that will sound alarm bells before they get their hands on your organization's assets. The typical organization loses a staggering 5% of its annual revenue to fraud. Traditional fraud investigations focus on the breakdown of internal controls but what happens when the human beings forming a key component of that chain of control are inherently dishonest? This book shows you how to recognize the characteristics and behavioral patterns of potential fraudsters who are entrusted with safeguarding corporate assets. The book includes: An in-depth look at fraud investigation techniques and how these can be enhanced by using the characteristics of fraudulent behavior, A detailed look at profiling potential perpetrators of fraud, A detailed breakdown of how to compile a fraud profile, A discussion of a wide range of organizational fraud, including abuse of power, embezzlement, computer fraud, expense abuse, and more, Tables, illustrations, and diagrams to enhance the narrative If you're a corporate fraud investigator, auditor, forensic accountant, law enforcement professional, or anyone challenged with safeguarding your organizations assets—Profiling the Fraudster shows you how to remove the mask and prevent and detect fraud.

Removing The Mask Of Kindness

Author: Les Barbanell
Publisher: Jason Aronson, Incorporated
ISBN: 9781461630470
Size: 14.55 MB
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Character traits may be used as defenses, or, 'coping mechanisms' that may be developed by individuals in an exaggerated fashion in order to conceal psychological conflicts. When these mechanisms break down, previously repressed trauma erupts into consciousness. One such trait is selflessness. Les Barbanell examines the transformation of selflessness into the Caretaker Personality Disorder and how it is not always better to give than receive, that being good can go bad, and that the 'disease to please' can even be fatal.

Removing The Mask

Author: Allyn M. Mitchell
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1493536133
Size: 15.41 MB
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In my book, “Removing the Mask: The Life of A Struggling Mother, I Allyn Mitchell invite you to travel with me, down my lonely road called life. I have always been a woman of faith even though I was a preacher's daughter, I never experienced the true meaning of God's love. I always felt like the black sheep of the family because of the absence of my mother's love. At a very young age, my mother gave me to my grandmother. After my grandmother's passing, my life was never the same. I always had a gift for fashion and a flair for beauty. I took that gift and made a life for myself and my children. With that life came a lot of jealousy and pain- people stereotyping me as being a bitch and a whore because of the way I looked and the way I carried myself. I was a classy lady and carried myself with the utmost respect, but because of my unique style, people formed an unapproachable opinion about me. Men used my kindness for weakness because of my kind heart, people lied about me and called me alot of hurtful names. My life was filled with many heartaches and pain. All that pain was followed by my cheating husbands, the murder of someone I loved so deeply, the imprisonment of my son, and the taking of my daughter. Through all the homeless moments in my life, I still kept the faith, that one day God would reward me for all these trials and tribulations, I had in my life. There was one big secret, I had in my life that only me and God knew about. Soon, the whole world will know. But I know through it all, I have to forgive those who played a part in my pain and suffering. To you all, I forgive you because you don't realize what you've done and are doing. The devil is using you as a vessel to bring pain and suffering to your sister in Christ. May God bless you all. Amen.

Relational Masks

Author: Russell Willingham
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830876715
Size: 17.23 MB
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The Avoider. The Deflector. The Self-Blamer. The Aggressor. Recognize someone you know? Or yourself? We all know people who seem to get stuck in unhealthy patterns of relating to others. Sometimes we're puzzled by a loved one's evasiveness or surprised by a friend's defensive aggression. Occasionally we look in the mirror and see such troubling behaviors in ourselves. All of these are masks that we hide behind, and they prevent us from having authentic relationships with others. Counselor Russell Willingham identifies the relational masks that obstruct us from relating freely to other people and to God. Drawing on a wealth of practical experience and biblical insight, he diagnoses the destructive ways that we respond to others and shows how underlying false beliefs govern our thinking and actions. He also shows how each mask can be subverted from within and turned inside out to help us move toward healthy relationships. Each chapter includes tools and questions for discussion and application. Discover how to relate to others with the honesty and authenticity God intended--and find the relational freedom and satisfaction you ve been yearning for.

Removing The Masks That Bind Us

Author: John Randolph Price
Publisher: Hansen House Pub
ISBN: 1561706728
Size: 18.15 MB
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The author of the bestselling "The Abundance Book" reveals how we create our own experiences by the masks we choose to wear: the Victim, Tyrant, Manipulator, Fanatic, Worrier, and Deceiver. With case histories and penetrating insight, Price identifies 12 masks and reveals steps we can take to remove them.