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888 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20006
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4.6 / 5 Rated by 84 members
Review from Hope
4 events 3 reviews

I had a wonderful time at this seminar. Janine is an amazing presenter of information. There wasn't a single time she didn't have my complete attention. The information learned is very useful in daily life. She makes a point to be sure you...continued

reviewed Nov 04 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
22 events 9 reviews

I liked it, although it did start late and much of it was run by students of the advertized teacher - one of whom looked like she just wanted to get home. It was entertaining, although the group I was in could not pick the liars. There was no...continued

reviewed Aug 26 2009 report as inappropriate
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6 events 3 reviews

Janine Driver is a fast talking, fun, and informative speaker. We learned a lot, but suspect it was just the tip of the iceberg of information out there. All in all, an enjoyable evening.

reviewed Aug 18 2009 report as inappropriate
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This course is divided into two parts, both featuring as the speaker Janine Driver, who trained with Dr. Paul Ekman; he was named in the 100 Most Eminent Psychologists of the 20th Century in _Review of General Psychology _Magazine and his research on the seven universal emotions and micro expressions inspired the hit TV show on FOX called Lie to Me!

Janine Driver, aka the Lyin’ Tamer, is a body language contributor to NBC’s Today Show. Her hilarious improvisational antics, paired with her insightful body language analysis, have won the laughs of sales representatives, recruiters, attorneys, and hundreds of other business professionals. Throughout the United States and Canada, she facilitates courses and workshops on Establishing Rapport to Increase Sales & Clientele, Detecting Deception, and Successful Dating Secrets. Her quick-wit and comical tales have also been highlighted on The Rachael Ray Show, Good Morning America, The Big Idea, Fox News, and in magazines such as_ Psychology Today, Campaigns & Elections, Cooking Light, Life & Style,_ and in the Washington Post.


Part One*

What key phrase did Scott Peterson say that connected him to Lacie’s murder? Was Michael Jackson guilty? Worried that your boyfriend or girlfriend is still seeing their ex or cheating on you? Tired of wondering if you are being deceived about that possible promotion at work? Feel like your trust has been taken advantage of?

To find out the truth about lying, register for this seminar to obtain a secret advantage in skillfully searching for the truth. You will explore speech, voice, body and face patterns to determine when someone deviates from their normal behavior in an attempt to deceive you.

These top-secret tips used by the expert and thousands of others including law enforcement agents, polygraph examiners, and psychologists, will help you confidently detect deception.

In this workshop, students will:

- Examine key questions that differentiate truthful responses from deceptive responses, thereby blocking the path to manipulation;

-Study verbal and non-verbal behavior attributed to deceptive people, helping students gain an upper hand during confrontations;

-Identify two expressions that indicate when someone is about to discuss something very important

Part Two

- What micro-expression demonstrated “moral superiority” when controversial author of A Million Little Pieces James Frey was confronted on_ Oprah_?

- Where was the “hot spot” on the PrimeTime Live interview of the bellman connected with the Kobe Bryant rape case?

- Last week, when your co-worker rose the pitch of her voice was she angry, excited, or sad?

- When you complimented your date and he smiled, was it a real smile?

All humans produce the same facial displays when engaged in one of the 7 Universal Emotions (happiness, sadness, anger, surprise, fear, contempt, and disgust). In this fascinating and interactive class, students will quickly discover how to identify these expressions and ultimately detect deception. The mastering of this skill provides each attendee with the expertise to be his or her own “lie detector.”

Would you like to become more adept at detecting deception and reading emotional states from facial expressions? Or would you like to motivate people to tell you the truth? If you answered, “yes and yes” then register today for this class.

Students will:

- Define and use “norming”/“baselining”/“calibrating”

- Identify some common mistakes made when reading people

- Define the terms “truth”, “lies”, and “leakage”

- Identify and describe the verbal and nonverbal signs of deception

- Describe the behavioral clues of deceptive people

- Practice recognizing micro-expressions and the 7-Universal Emotions, using Dr. Paul Eman’s Micro-expression DVD Training Tool

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