Detecting Lies and Deception: Practical Skills for HR Professionals | Sessions
REPEATED FROM MONDAY AT 3:00pm
HR professionals need to be able to spot deception when conducting investigations and interviewing and hiring applicants. While research shows that the average person is lied to twice a day, most people are extremely poor at spotting deception because they rely on inaccurate stereotypes about how people behave when they lie. In this engaging and interactive session from a former U.S. Department of Justice attorney, you will watch videos and examine case studies to learn how to spot signs of deception and truthfulness. You will learn scientifically-validated methods for spotting deception that you can apply in your everyday work life.
- Learn which signs of deception are valid and which are based on myth (such as the mistaken beliefs that liars don't look you in the eye and are fidgety).
- How to spot scientifically-validated signs of deception, including verbal and non-verbal cues.
- How to spot signs of deception and truthfulness when conducting investigative interviews.
- How to spot deception when interviewing and hiring applicants.
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