Deceit can be easily uncovered if you know the signs to look for when it comes to deception.
There are two main areas that can betray someone who is attempting to deceive you:
- One is nonverbal communication, such as body language and microfacial expressions.
- The second way they give themselves up is by the words they use – meaning verb tense, pronoun usage, extraneous details and chronology.
I can teach you how to read others better to find inconsistencies between the story they are trying to convey as truth and what they may be unwittingly saying.
By learning these unique knowledge, skills and abilities in deception detection through nonverbal communication and statement analysis, you will be more equipped to ask follow-on questions which could help you confirm or deny validity of their statements.
Examples of who would benefit from Concealed Statements training or consulting:
Anyone interested in Personal Safety, Claims adjusters, Compliance officers, Counselors, Educators, Event security, Human resource management, Law enforcement, Litigators, Loss prevention, Managers, Mediators, Medical professionals, Negotiations/arbitration, News Reporters, Psychologists, Sales, Security personnel, Supervisors
Build your skill set so that you’ll be able to:
- Tell the difference between nervousness and deception cues
- Get a behavior baseline to distinguish truth from fiction
- Quickly hear or read discrepancies in word choice
- Determine what part of the body is the most honest
- Learn the powerful questions to ask to get to the truth
- Discover common mistakes people make when trying to read body language – and how it can sabotage professional interactions and personal relationships
- Maximize interpersonal experiences by knowing how to identify hidden emotions in others
Increase your awareness of possible deception others may be trying to get over on you and discover ways to grow your business or profession by learning how you are presenting yourself to others. If you’re ready for to increase your Lie-Q, contact me today.
I look forward to working with you.