Pamela Meyer is founder and CEO of Calibrate, a leading deception detection training company, and of social networking company Simpatico Networks. She holds an MBA from Harvard, an MA in Public Policy from Claremont Graduate School, and is a Certified Fraud Examiner. She has extensive training in the use of visual clues and psychology to detect deception.
People are saying…
Liespotting is one of the most actionable business books to come along in years. It is both a riveting narrative about psychology and human behavior and a tool that will help you make better business and people decisions by showing you how to detect the dozens of deceptions that confront you every day. I interview top executives for a living and my personal favorite part of Liespotting is “The 10 questions that get people to tell you anything”! Read Liespotting and prosper.
Bestselling author of The 5 Patterns of Extraordinary Careers, Zoom: How 12 Exceptional Companies are Navigating the Road to the Next Economy, and Lessons from the Top: The Search for America’s Best Business Leaders
I can't recommend Pamela's work highly enough. She is riveting, relevant, incredibly entertaining, and she introduces a new set of skills --and a hidden science that every executive who cares about being on the cutting edge, should learn.
Bestselling author of Never Eat Alone and Who's Got Your Back
This book is worth every minute you spend reading it…
Founder of Priceline
Every decision maker in your organization should read this breakthrough book. It is practical, hands-on and founded on years of research. It offers the easily accessible methods to spot and stop what has become the most insidious business cost today…deception.
Best-selling author, The Customer Driven Company
...a quick and fascinating read. It is full of practical tips and useful advice for your personal and professional life. If you are a single woman who Internet-dates, this book is a must. If you own a business or work in one where negotiating is part of your job, this is a must-read.
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There was a lively inside-the-beltway discussion at Barnes and Noble in downtown Washington DC about the deception epidemic we face today and about the new human skills we need to learn in a rapidly changing digital landscape — Liespotting author Pamela Meyer offered loads of liespotting pointers, using Bill Clinton , and the liar in the desk next to you, as examples. Books sold out, and Liespotting shot to bestseller status in three categories on Amazon.