A man, who is a liar, says: “I lie.” If he is indeed lying, then he is telling the truth, which means he is lying. This is the so-called liar paradox.
People may lie in order to flatter, protect, entertain, assign blame elsewhere, or hurt others. Lying is omnipresent! Though not necessarily amoral, virtually no one wants to be lied to.
At the end of this training program ― which has been given to, among others, provincial government investigators and members of the armed forces ― you will have the skills to use more than just simple intuition to determine if someone is lying, and you’ll be able to articulate how you know that someone is lying.
IN THIS TRAINING
- Learn to read and decode the 93% of a message that is nonverbally communicated
- Capture a tone that is suggestive
- The art of asking the right questions to capture ‘lost’ information
- Recognize the emotions and implied statements that are linked to a communication
IMPACT OF THIS TRAINING
- Better determine the veracity of information and the sincerity of your interlocutor
- Mastery of the greater power of information
- Learn strategies to be better positioned personally and professionally
To unwittingly lie can seriously harm your personal and professional relationships. This course is for everyone.