Pamela Barnum is a former undercover police officer and federal prosecutor who helps organizations increase trust and improve negotiation outcomes using insider nonverbal communication skills. As a body language expert and trust strategist, Pamela delivers techniques once thought of as a “secret second language” that participants can begin using immediately.
When you take decades of experience which includes a unique background of working deep undercover in the drug enforcement section, followed by a rewarding legal career, you get real-world strategies that help participants crack the code on deception and increase trust using proven field-tested techniques.
Following a successful career in the criminal justice system, Pamela studied corporate negotiations in graduate school and now shares her experience, research, and expertise with humor, candor, and energy; blending actionable strategies with memorable stories.
How can leaders build and maintain trust and connection in the digital world?
Learn the insider techniques of a former undercover police officer and federal prosecuting attorney to digitally increase your credibility, confidence, and trustworthiness within seconds.
This intriguing session includes techniques you can implement immediately to communicate trust online effectively. Pamela Barnum is a former undercover police officer and federal prosecuting attorney who will share insider techniques to help you:
• Display trustworthiness,
• Decode the nonverbal signals you see on your screen, and
• Detect deception cues you may have missed.
The ability to read people can make or break deals, negotiations, and relationships. Learn how to decode the clues of deception so you can make better decisions about who to hire, fire, and partner with. Participants will learn how to crack the code on deception using real-world techniques to spot lies and assess people immediately.
Forget about what you’ve learned from watching police and lie detection dramas on TV because those equip you to detect deception as much as a medical drama equips you to perform surgery.
During this one-of-a-kind keynote or workshop led by former undercover police officer and federal prosecutor Pamela Barnum, participants will learn techniques used by real law enforcement and federal agencies to detect deception, build rapport, and establish trust.
Participants will learn how to:
Research shows that your credibility, confidence, likability, and trustworthiness are evaluated within seconds. That means that even if you’ve rehearsed your words perfectly, and you say all the right things, if your body language isn’t in alignment with what you say; you lose.
Our brains react to nonverbal messages before anything else. That’s how we’re wired.
The impact of your nonverbal communication lies in the perception of what others think. People make an emotional decision about what they see, and it takes a long time, and a lot of evidence to change their minds. By then, the damage is done.
Understand and interpret the nonverbal signs you’re communicating as well as the signs others are sharing so you can build rapport and develop trust with anyone.
Master the art of decoding and interpreting nonverbals so you can improve sales, negotiations, and relationships. Most body language programs focus on large body movements or micro facial expressions, and as a result, leave a lot of information behind.
Learn the secret second language that’s been reserved for experts and law enforcement. During this dynamic interactive keynote, participants will learn how to use and interpret major, minor, and micro body language movements to negotiate better deals, close more sales, and build trusting relationships.
Excellent communication skills are necessary for success. Learn the secrets of an undercover police officer and federal prosecutor to build rapport, influence with elegance, and win trust in any relationship.
This intriguing session encourages audience participation, easy action steps that can be used immediately, and a lot of fun for everyone in attendance!
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