real cutting-edge deception techniques from a rare expert in deception.
Scientists tested more than
15,000 people including the CIA, FBI, Secret
Service and many other professionals and non-professionals alike, and
found only 50 people with an exceptional ability to spot a lie after 25
years of research. "Eyes for Lies" (otherwise known as Renee) is one of these experts, and she
teaches you her methods.
You won't learn the old myths such as eye
aversion, closed off-body language, blinking rates, nervousness, etc.
These only divert attention away from spotting the truth. Instead, Eyes
for Lies teaches new clues to deception that few have considered.
you walk away from this class, you won't have a gut feeling someone is lying.
You will have the tools to articulate why you know someone is lying.
In this course, you will:
Identify anger, contempt and disgust before words are even spoken.
Differentiate between real versus fake emotional displays of happiness
when a person is truly feeling stress.
the earliest indicators of emotion to compare to words spoken.
Identify the key features of expressions that reveal danger for you!
Identify the correlation between emotions and deception.
List 7 BIG myths about deception that pervade our society.
and define 4 important red flag categories to deception (cognitive,
factual, emotional and behavioral).
Identify at least six ways our subconscious
brain leaks information when we lie.
and identify oral and written words that are deceptive in interviews and
body language that indicates deception.
Target Audience: Professionals
who need to know how to spot deception in their job.
See what law enforcement is saying
about this class -- click here.
Eyes for lies classes
range from 20 students to 300, and she's spoken in front audiences as large as
Students in her law
enforcement classes have come from (though she teaches other industry
Homeland Security/International Customs Enforcement, FBI, Secret Service, DEA,
HIDTA, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of
Narcotics Enforcement, U.S. Dept. of Labor, U.S. Coast Guard, National Guard,
U.S. Customs, Department of Corrections, District Attorney offices, HUD, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, U.S. Probation
Dept., TSA, Metropolitan Transportation Authorities, Military, Amtrak Police, IRS, Sheriffs, Fire Departments, University police,
Office of Inspector General, and state and local police/fire departments...
(This list in not all inclusive).
What students from her law enforcement classes are
have 18 years of law enforcement experience and would like to commend you on
the training you provided. One of the best, if not the best deception
detection class I have attended."
service that you provide for law enforcement officers through your knowledge
and teaching is priceless. I thank you for giving me the knowledge and insight
to be [a] better interviewer."
can't thank you enough for the awesome experience today...you
provided us with the tools necessary to figure it out for ourselves."