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Liespotting: Proven Techniques to Detect Deception par [Meyer, Pamela]
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People--friends, family members, work colleagues, salespeople--lie to us all the time. Daily, hourly, constantly. None of us is immune, and all of us are victims. According to studies by several different researchers, most of us encounter nearly 200 lies a day.

Now there's something we can do about it. Pamela Meyer's Liespotting links three disciplines--facial recognition training, interrogation training, and a comprehensive survey of research in the field--into a specialized body of information developed specifically to help business leaders detect deception and get the information they need to successfully conduct their most important interactions and transactions.

Some of the nation's leading business executives have learned to use these methods to root out lies in high stakes situations. Liespotting for the first time brings years of knowledge--previously found only in the intelligence community, police training academies, and universities--into the corporate boardroom, the manager's meeting, the job interview, the legal proceeding, and the deal negotiation.


Learn communication secrets previously known only to a handful of scientists, interrogators and intelligence specialists.

Liespotting reveals what's hiding in plain sight in every business meeting, job interview and negotiation:

- The single most dangerous facial expression to watch out for in business & personal relationships

- 10 questions that get people to tell you anything

- A simple 5-step method for spotting and stopping the lies told in nearly every high-stakes business negotiation and interview

- Dozens of postures and facial expressions that should instantly put you on Red Alert for deception

- The telltale phrases and verbal responses that separate truthful stories from deceitful ones

- How to create a circle of advisers who will guarantee your success

Biographie de l'auteur

Pamela Meyer is founder and CEO of Simpatico Networks, a leading private label social networking company that owns and operates online social networks. She holds an MBA from Harvard, an MA in Public Policy from Claremont Graduate School, and is a Certified Fraud Examiner.

She has extensive training in advanced interviewing and interrogation techniques, facial micro-expression reading, body language interpretation, statement analysis, and behavior elicitation techniques. For Liespotting, she worked with a team of researchers over several years and completed a comprehensive survey of all of the published research on deception detection.

The most interesting highlights from the research survey are included in the audiobook, while additional new findings are regularly featured on her blog,

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 255 pages
  • Editeur : St. Martin's Press; Édition : 1 (14 juillet 2010)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B003R0LBZ8
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Par Fondetforme TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 13 septembre 2012
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Pamela Meyer a fait un excellent "talk" à TEDxGlobal 2011 ce qui m'a conduit à lire son livre.
Il est devenu un de mes ouvrages de base dans mes travaux actuels.

Au delà des modes (Lie to me ...), Pamela Meyer cite et utilise très bien les nombreux (et sérieux)
travaux de P Ekman et de beaucoup d'autres chercheurs comportementalistes. C'est déjà bien car on a beau
s'adresser à des entrepreneurs (qui ne lisent pas ?) et à un large public, travailler ses sources est un
bon départ !

Ensuite, il y a du vécu d'entrepreneurs car P. Meyer est une dirigeante d'entreprise qui s'est faite piégée.
C'est encore mieux, le "story telling" n'en est que plus crédible.

Ensuite, il y a des pistes de solutions. Là on retombe sur des méthodes pas toujours réalistes en entreprise
mais l'idée de la vigilance et de comment améliorer celle-ci passe bien ...

Un livre à lire en anglais car je ne crois pas qu'il soit traduit.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Too much filler 29 octobre 2011
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I bought the book on the basis of the author's TED talk, which I loved. However, the book is a disappointment. The actual "liespotting" information is good, and very readable, but there's not enough of it. Then there is the filler that goes on and on. The filler material takes two forms: 1) topics that are only marginally related (for example, "Doing a deception audit at your corporation"...really? This is not of much interest in a book that presents itself as a how-to on discovering lies in personal interactions), and 2) stretching out the actual liespotting material with tiresome justifications telling you why it's a good thing to be able to spot lies. Telling me once is fine; telling me over and over is filler.

The photos were a good idea. I would have liked to see more of them, though, and more subtle ones, as well.

Whoever was editing this book must have been forcing the author to make it longer, rather than doing the better job of tightening it up and keeping the focus where it belongs. Good idea, good kernel of information, but poor execution.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Sadly, a waste of time 10 mai 2014
Par Mike3746 - Publié sur
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This is not really what it says it is. There is a small amount of good scientific process explained on how to spot lies...but I was highly disappointed to find out it is really a book about how to conduct an interview for a job seeker or, how to conduct yourself as a job seeker during an interview process. And, even that information is so shallow and obvious as to be somewhat juvenile advice for people who may have never interviewed anyone before- or have never been interviewed. I found it interesting at first. But, soon found myself trying to flip pages to get to more "good stuff" just was not there after the first two short chapters.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Skip it - Watch the TED 16 août 2013
Par stephen Scholtz - Publié sur
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Saw the TED Talk by the author which was enjoyable, but I expected more from the book. It claims to teach you how to spot lies using body language but after reading it I suspect it's the kind of skill you need to take a class on, or would be better suited to a video series. It's filled with pictures and examples too blatant or ridiculous to be of any real help.

The book isn't as focused or thorough as it should be. The author is a skilled business woman but not a great author, and is more a book about business management than lie spotting. Not a lot of substance which she attempts to cover up with random facts, and handy 'lie spotting tips' sprinkled throughout. Not a great read but won't take you long to get through.

If you read Malcolm Gladwell, whom the author references early on, you will be underwhelmed with the content. Skip it and just enjoy the TED Talk.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Essential for both Small & Large Businesses 2 septembre 2015
Par John Kay - Publié sur
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This is not a general interest book. Although the first half is interesting - and useful - for the general reader it's not a "How To" book for spotting liars. It is aimed at business people who need to be able to trust employees, partners, suppliers and customers. The second half is dedicated to various security approaches. So for business people, small and large, I highly recommend it. Especially for small businesses, which are especially vulnerable to dishonesty.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Doubly recommended! 10 juillet 2011
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I've heard that some books are made to be read more than once, and this is definitely one of them. I read this book first last summer and thought it to be useful for my professional life. A few weeks ago I came across it again and decided to reread, and it impacted me much more than the first time. I realized the techniques that the author breaks down for us are useful for absolutely everything. So here's the thing, if people lie to you all day long (basically), then I think it's better if I know half, a third or even just SOME of the lies. It might give you the extra edge you need to negotiate that raise, or that sale or that deal. I've worked in sales and customer service and wish I had this book back then. Every day in life is marred by some sort of negotiation, that inevitably influences our lives. Some people say that ignorance is bliss, but I want to know, and this book helps. I want to know if my contractor really means it when he says just one week, or if the lighting is really that expensive, or if my deck is really rotten to the core. I'd also like to know if my kid is lying when he says he was just at a friends. Anyways, point is, I want to know, and if you do too, read it.
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