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Former CIA Officer Will Teach You How to Spot a Lie l Digiday



#Spy the Lie #digiday #Qverity #summit #News & Politics
In this participatory session, you will learn how to tell when someone is lying. Really. As a former CIA Officer with more than 20 years of experience in interviewing, interrogation and polygraph examination, Susan has seen her share of truth avoiders. She has, in fact, developed behavioral screening programs that are used by the federal government. Donโ€™t miss out on learning her methodologies in spotting deception.
Speaker, Susan Carnicero, Author of Spy the Lie and founding partner, Qverity
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If you only knew how many innocent people have been prosecuted based almost entirely on these sort of b.s. behavioral analyses. Yeah SOMETIMES what she's saying holds true, but I can think of so many instances where I've personally done the opposite of what she assumes someone would do.

by Brakathor 7 months ago

"Have you ever asked someone a question and they've talked for 10 minutes and then you realized they've never answered the question you asked?"
Yeah, they're called politicians.

by ChungWei Wang 1 week ago

A former professional liar tells you how to spot a liar. Sounds like she's qualified.

by Tim Stotts 2 months ago

Why donโ€™t you show the screen sheโ€™s pointing at?!! Worst filming ever! Useless

by Meagan Montanari 2 months ago

"Have you ever asked someone a question and they've talked for 10 minutes and then you realized they've never answered the question you asked?"
Yeah, they're called politicians.

by WasabiNinja 10 months ago

"Don't take this home and use it on your significant other"
Me: okay ๐Ÿคž
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by Samantha Mari 4 months ago

Use these skills on politician's and the liars at the federal reserve.

by Brian B 2 months ago

Pretty useless, because we can't see the material she's showing the live audience.

by Brian Mustain 2 months ago

seems like poor production, she was interesting but the video doesn't show the lists she's pointing at!

by bob loblaw 3 months ago

How can I lie ten times a day if I don't talk to anyone for weeks lol.

by curtis Schroh 3 years ago

Note: dont use this outwardly on narcissists. They dont react well to being caught...

by anonymoose116 3 months ago

Sit in and listen to democrats talking.

by David Smith 3 months ago

WAY TOO LONG...it put me to sleep and I'm not lying!

by Vern 2 months ago

Much too generalized, didn't offer anything helpful. There was clearly information being presented but the camera doesn't pan out to show us her talking points.

by Ron Mueller 4 months ago

Nobody knows better about telling lies than the C.I.A.

by Alex Scott 3 years ago

umm, this would be way more effective if the camera were actually showing what she is pointing at.

by T Waters 3 months ago

I don't lie. It's too much work to remember what I lied about to keep things straight.

by Sea Shell 4 months ago

What I learned, besides how to lie, is that if you are a former CIA agent, you can open your own company and convince others you know something that they don't because you were CIA.

by Jeff Kohn 4 months ago

Body language: wouldn't that be cultural? And if it is, how do you know when someone from a culture unknown to you is lying?

by Yasmin Barry 2 months ago

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