Wednesday, June 129:30 am - 10:10 am
Bad news: when you meet someone, they say three untrue things in 15 minutes, according to Professor Freshman. He says on average, people detect only 40% of lies – worse than the odds of flipping a coin.
This highly interactive seminar, including videos from Freshman’s research at Harvard Business School teaches you who to trust and what to believe with cutting-edge, proven science You will learn:
- Which parts of the eyebrows, nose and mouth reveal true feelings, including how people feel about past employers
- When culture does – and does not – affect emotion and lie detection
- How to detect difficult and disruptive employees early in interviewing
- How to get better information in investigations
- Recognize in a split second when your rapport building is working – and when it is backfiring