Evaluating Truthfulness and Detecting Deception in Interviews and Communication
At the core of every interview and investigation is the desire to obtain the required information as efficiently as possible, whilst avoiding being misled or deceived along the way. The result of failing to get the information required or believing the wrong information can be measured in wasted time, financial loss, poor decisions, personal hardship and unjust outcomes.
Gaining the ability to effectively read behaviour, ask the right questions and uncover essential information is an ongoing quest and each and every interview or investigation is met with its own set of challenges and dynamics. This seminar explores:
- Common traps that can stand in the way of getting the truth and spotting harmful deception
- Tips to improve awareness of factors that contribute to getting the information required and
- Truth tools that can increase the likelihood that someone will be truthful
- Methods that can intensify the signs of deception stress