How can you tell when someone is being untruthful with you? How we wish we could reliably tell when someone is trying to “pull the wool over our eyes”! Wouldn’t it be great if we could see through their deception and avoid being duped? In this presentation, Dr. Janet Larsen Palmer and Dr. Neal Larsen Palmer, principals of Communication Excellence Institute and nationally known specialists on nonverbal communication, share the latest research on lie-detection through body language. Starting with an analysis of President Clinton’s infamous “I did not have sexual relations with that woman” statement, the Palmers will show you ways to improve your odds of spotting a liar. You will also see how the pros analyze a videotape for deception. The Palmers coach university presidents, lawyers, business leaders, expert witnesses, politicians, fundraisers, and motivational speakers on persuasive nonverbal techniques, and on how to read motives in others more accurately.
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President of Communication Excellence Institute, a professional consulting firm in management communication in the greater Los Angeles area, Dr. Janet Larsen Palmer has over 30 years’ experience as a Professor of Communication (specializing in performance, theatre, and persuasion), a Fortune 500 corporate manager, and a university administrator. Author of three books and many articles, she has consulted on communication with individual executives, universities, healthcare organizations, and corporations Executive Vice President of Communication Excellence Institute, Dr. Neal Larsen Palmer has over 30 years’ experience consulting with executives and professionals in business, healthcare, higher education, and government. Formerly the top Dale Carnegie instructor in Southern California, Dr. Palmer taught communication at the NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena and the University of Redlands. He has served with Dr. Jan Palmer on the faculty of the Executive Leadership and Management Institute at Stanford University and the Executive Doctorate Program at the University of Pennsylvania.