Many people tell great stories, but can you believe them? Or are they taking advantage of you? In her new book Nothing But The Truth, body language and lie detection expert Maryann Karinch shares how to get to the heart of the truth… in person, on the phone, even through email.
But first, Cole James of the Grief Recovery Institute talks to Vicki about how to recover from the loss of a furry friend with The Grief Recovery Handbook for Pet Loss, and Driving To Perfection: Achieving Business Excellence by Creating a Vibrant Culture author Brian Fielkow shares the dangers of getting too buddy-buddy with employees.
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In assessing whether someone is telling the truth or not, two sets of skills come into play: having the interpersonal skills to get the facts, and the ability to determine if the set of facts fit together. In Nothing But The Truth, body language and lie detection expert Maryann Karinch utilizes secrets from top intelligence experts, including her eight conversation motivators that help drive you toward the truth, to help you get the straight facts in person, over the phone, or even through email. Maryann has conducted seminars in body language and lie detectin for the International Spy Museum, US Dept. of Homeland Security, and other government and private sector institutions. She has authored 22 books, most of which focus on human behavior.
Every year over 60 million Americans suffer from grief associated with the loss of a beloved pet. The Grief Recovery Handbook for Pet Loss was co-written by members of The Grief Recovery Institute, including today’s guest Cole James, to help us get through one of the most trying times a person can experience, covering major myths about grieving, things best said, and NOT said to a griever, the misuse of the word guilt, and the stages of grieving. They also include practical help such as what to do with your pet’s stuff after their death.
Are workplace friendships good for morale and corporate culture, or do they foster jealousy, mistrust, and suspicion amongst your ranks? Workplace Culture and Leadership Advisor Brian Fielkow offers advice on how to handle such situations, ranging from how to protect your people, set proper boundaries, sharing the wealth, and why cliques are corrosive. Brian is the author of Driving To Perfection: Achieving Business Excellence by Creating a Vibrant Culture and has over 25 years of executive leadership experience in both public and privately held companies.
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