Robert Rettmann

Robert Rettmann is the Director of Research and Communications for CPI and the editor of the Journal of Crisis Prevention and the Supportive Stance. Rettmann holds a Master of Science in Exceptional Education, and served as a newspaper editor before joining CPI.

Posts by Robert Rettmann

Watson, a program that analyzes writing styles, uncovered some intriguing trends about our customers’ personalities. Read more »
Whether someone's trying to pull you into a power struggle or they're just looking for information, take these steps to make your response a breeze.  Read more »
How do you help someone realize the harm they’re causing? Start with one very important first step. Read more »
These supports—and all the jargon that goes with them—can be tough to unravel, especially when you’re already overwhelmed. But here’s some help. Read more »
8 seconds. I have 8 seconds to get your attention. Goldfish have 9-second attention spans, and ours average 8 seconds. But we can trump 'em and FOCUS! Read more »
Police work is hard. Often the situation is already getting out of hand by the time the cops are called. What if a person with mental illness is involved? Read more »
By Robert Rettmann | Posted on 12.17.2014 | with 2 comments
Families affected by police use of force feel immense pain, and it's also true that the job of a police officer is incredibly difficult. Read more »
By Robert Rettmann | Posted on 12.16.2014 | with 2 comments
How do you make training relevant and fun for four different generations of learners? Read more »
By Robert Rettmann | Posted on 10.25.2014 | with 0 comments
There’s a reason why what we call bullying in one school should match what we call it in another. We need consistency for external validity. Read more »
Schools around the world love the Olweus bullying prevention program, and they like pairing it with CPI training too! Read more »
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