PEOPLE MEAN EXACTLY WHAT THEY SAY; Use Their Words To Uncover Deception
Can you imagine how much better personal relationships and professional exchanges would be if you had a proven technique to tell if someone was being deceptive?
I’m Laurie Ayers; I work with men and women who want to increase their deception awareness to avoid wasting time or money and eliminate making poor decisions based on inaccurate information.
I can show you how to uncover deception using words instead of body language.
The method I use is called Forensic Statement Analysis. It is the most accurate method of detecting deception.
I’ll help you understand how to ask questions to give you revealing responses, which words and phrases indicate deception, the specific clues to deceit to listen for in oral statements, and what to watch for in written communications.
Who Can Benefit From Learning To Tell If Someone Is Lying?
Whether you’re struggling with a personal relationship, you’re concerned about coworkers, or if you are in the human resources, sales, customer service, legal, medical, negotiation, mediation or law enforcement field, you can benefit from learning more about deception, specifically as it relates to statements made both verbally and written.