Monthly Archives: April 2013

Main Objective of an Investigator

Parents are investigators with their children. Peers are investigators with each other. Employers are investigators with employees. Recruiters are investigators with applicants. Consumers are investigators with salespeople, just as salespeople are investigators with consumers. Just because the subject of the … Continue reading

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How to Catch a Liar (Assuming We Want To)

Paul Ekman (Transcript below): There’s no question from public opinion polls that people care a lot about the honesty of the person they’re dealing with, whether that’s their doctor or their political leader.  And yet it’s more complex than that.  … Continue reading

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Cognitive Interview Procedure

Cognitive Interview Procedure Step 1: Build rapport. (i) Personalise the interview. Exchange names. Make sure the witness

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If you love life, don’t waste time

“If you love life, don’t waste time, for time is what life is made up of.” – Bruce Lee

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28 Apr 2013 Expression

What do you think this expression is saying? Excitement / joy or disappointment / pain? Click on the FACS code’s to code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below.

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Stop Making Excuses

Nobody is impressed with how good your excuses are – so why make them? Take ownership, be proactive in your accountability, and take responsibility for your actions, inactions, thoughts and – most importantly – your own goals, dreams and desires.

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Autism, What We Know Today

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