FIVE STEPS TO SPOTTING A CORPORATE LIAR


By admin | February 7th, 2014 | media | Comments

Employees are the lifeblood of an organisation. Good ones can take a business from strength to strength and are worth their weight in gold. But, those who are not so inclined can have a […].

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Body language, detecting deception and reading your client


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By Steven van Aperen and Andy SheaSteven van Aperen has trained with the FBI, LAPD & US Secret Service and consults his services to corporations, police departments, Customs and Intelligence Agencies in how to […].

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Uncovering Deception in Job Interviews

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By Kate Southam

Steven van Aperen has trained with the FBI, LAPD & US Secret Service and consults his services to corporations, police departments, Customs and Intelligence Agencies in how to […].

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Institutions trained to detect lying CEOs

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Bridget Carter:The Australian March 22, 2010

SOME of the nation’s biggest investment banks and financial institutions have paid more than $100,000 to train their analysts and fund managers to detect lying chief executives.
Before the global […]

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How to spot a liar

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Wednesday, 20 April 2011 | Jeanne-Vida Douglas BRW

Joseph Quiazon needs to know the truth. As a senior partner in fraud investigations with Ernst & Young, Quiazon also needs to know a lie when he […]

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How to recognise a deceptive candidate

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Good interviewers are analysts of human behaviour and can tell when a person might be deceiving them, says “the lie guy”, Steve Van Aperen.

It’s actually very difficult for the average person to lie, says […]

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How to spot a liar

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September 10, 2010 Sydney Morning Herald

Sooner or later, we all get fed a lie. In a world full of spam, spin from PR peddlers, identity thieves and doctored resumes, it happens all the time. […]

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