Explore the challenges inherent in creating interventions with stakeholders and the hurdle of implementing them when organizations are ensconced in cultures and politics. Rapidly shifting priorities based on current events and economic factors are challenges as well. The initial stage of designing and creating interventions, or what we refer to in research design as treatments, will be explored.
Dr. Glenn Lipson is a Program Director and Faculty member at Alliant International University. He is a Diplomate in Forensic Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology. In 2008, with the participation of a school-based community, Dr. Lipson orchestrated community-based research efforts engaging stakeholders in efforts designed to prevent boundary violations at schools and Junior Colleges. These efforts have culminated in three organizations that are providing online training. Making Right Choices in 2015 delivered courses online to over 50,000 employees. Courses are also provided through the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification Academy. He has been an advisor to the Province of Ontario Canada on their Mandated Reporter Guidelines and has submitted briefs to the Supreme Court at the request of counsel. Recently he was invited to join the U.S. Speakers Bureau of the U.S. State Department as a thought leader in the areas of ethics, prevention and risk management.