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The truth, the whole truth, or nothing like the truth?

event date March 27, 2024 event timing 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Virtual Members: FREE Non-Members: £10

Event overview

Delve into the art of human communication, dissecting micro expressions and language intricacies that unveil the truth behind stories. Explore the reasons for misinformation and its impact on interactions, gaining insights to navigate interpersonal dynamics effectively.



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About this event

This event focuses on the intricacies of human communication, particularly the subtle nuances of micro expressions and language choices that reveal the truth behind people's stories. It explores the reasons behind misinformation, whether deliberate or unintentional, and the impact it has on our interactions.

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  • Understanding Micro Expressions: Learn how to recognise micro expressions that betray emotions, helping to uncover hidden truths in interpersonal interactions.

  • Unmasking Language Patterns: Explore the syntax and grammar choices that the unconscious mind makes when attempting to avoid lying while not telling the whole truth.

  • Revealing the Truth: Discover how the ability to spot these subtle signs can aid in resolving conflicts, getting to the heart of the matter, and determining who is genuinely telling the truth.

Our Speaker

David Jefferies

David brings a unique blend of skills and experience to his work, merging criminal investigations with psychology, and science to deliver a unique solution to businesses small and large. He has experience working in the private and public sectors with central government and major, global organisations, as well as working with small and medium enterprises. 

An accomplished, qualified trainer and educator, specialising in investigative interviewing and statement analysis. He has lectured internationally and worked with law enforcement, the legal profession, and Government. Using his statement analysis training, together with a wide range of academic qualifications in criminal justice and psychology, he carries out analysis of language to identify signs of deception and the withholding of information.

Ostensibly used in investigative interviews, the technique is also invaluable in many areas, including recruitment, dispute resolution, and research.

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