THINK LIKE A HOSTAGE NEGOTIATOR

How to Influence Others Through the Power of Words
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KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Learn how weakness and strengths are linked together
  • Identify key body language moves that can help you sell better
  • Discover the one word that can get you what you want
  • Find out how to get even the most difficult people to cooperate
  • Understand the hidden meaning behind keywords

ABOUT THE SEMINAR

Our words are more powerful than we know. Combined with tone and body language they are often saying far more than initially meets the ears. In this powerful and insightful presentation, Janine Driver will give you an inside look into interpreting non-verbals and everyday language that might just cause you to lean in and take a second listen. She’ll also teach you some key skills to help you negotiate and sell to even the hardest of clients. Get ready to learn how to communicate like never before!

CEO of the Body Language Institute, Janine Driver is a NY Times Best-Selling author, an international trainer, TEDx presenter, and award-winning keynote speaker. Janine is ranked in the Top 10 on the World’s Top 30 Body Language Professionals and was named an educational trendsetter by Meetings Today Magazine. She is a popular media guest appearing on shows like the Dr. Oz Show and NBC’s TODAY and is often quoted in publications like the New York Times and Psychology Today.

16 years as a federal law enforcement officer within the Department of Justice, Janine now shares her cunning people-reading skills with thousands of law enforcement officers, lawyers, and judges. Including the ATF, FBI, and CIA.

In the mid-90s while a Public Informations Officer for ATF, Janine moonlighted as a stand-up comedian opening for Robin Williams, Zack Galifianakis, Chris Rock, and Ray Romano at Stand Up New York Comedy Club.

 

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