The Best Lie Detection Training
LSAT REVEALS THE TRUTH
No matter what we may do or where we may work, we encounter lies on a daily basis in our lives. Lies have the capacity to damage or ruin all kinds of relationships, whether they may be personal or professional. In many instances, tension between two or more individuals within a relationship can lead to an unhealthy state of constant deception. Having the proper lie detection training can be an extremely effective tool in repairing a relationship. By learning the various techniques of lie detection and effective communication, individuals will be able to cater their own language in ways that resonate best with their subjects. Many of these techniques can help develop an element of trust within a relationship, and push individuals towards revealing their true feelings, thoughts, or beliefs.
Many of us face the situation of betrayal in both personal and professional circles. In the workplace, withholding information, office politics, and other interpersonal issues can be damaging to employee motivation and security. Not to mention a decrease in productivity on all levels. Also, if communication is suffering at home the rest of the family might be negatively affected. Here are a few areas to focus on to determine if an individual is lying or not:
Nonverbal and Verbal Communication
Emotional signs are important in revealing a subject’s true intentions and understanding a person’s body language and facial expressions.
These are involuntary facial movements based on the emotions that an individual is feeling. These occur when individuals are forcefully trying to keep secrets or withhold information. The facial movements last only fractions of a second.
This technique functions on the theory that an individual can be modeled to behave and communicate in a specific way simply by means of communication.
Whether you are looking to detect lies in a social setting, within a personal relationship or at the office LSAT can provide you with the tools and techniques you need.
The LSAT analyst uses our validated, researched technique to search the statement much like a crime scene. They locate "language evidence" that is associated with deception. The liar uses unique wording, phrasing, content, structure and quantities of information that reveal not only if they did it but also, when, why and how they did it.
Training is not really training unless it incorporates effective adult educational techniques that maximize learning: Hearing, Seeing, Assisting, and Doing. LSAT training effectively incorporates lecture, demonstration, the clarification of questions, assisted practice, and demonstrating proficiency. But there is more to our teaching strategy.
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Det. Nathan Kyleberg, Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office
“Great learning environment. It was a lot of fun and I learned a lot.”
Det. Larry Tafoya, Albuquerque PD
“I am a homicide detective and will love to use LSAT as an alternative to simply interviewing. This is a great opportunity.”
Officer Chad Phillipi, Billings PD
“Bob is a very good instructor. He is able to communicate the content and does a great job articulating how to apply it.”