Body Language Part 3 – Greg Hartley And Scott Rouse

Part 3 Of A Conversation Between Experts In Nonverbal Communication And body Language

Body Language.  It seems people are talking about it and become fascinated with it more and more every day.  Do you ever wonder about the myths surrounding nonverbal communication and what the actual facts?  You’ll get some insight here.

Greg Hartley - Scott Rouse - Body Language Experts

This is the last of the 3 part series of a conversation Greg Hartley and I had after a few long days of working on training materials.  In this 3 part conversation we talk about the things, situations, and questions most everyone who isn’t an expert in nonverbal communication wonders about.  For example… READ MORE

We talk about watching a / date as we ate dinner one night.  We knew right out of the gate, it wasn’t going to go well.  We talk about interrogation styles from interrogating terrorists to interrogating embezzlers.

We go over the fastest, easiest ways to properly baseline someone.  We discuss jury selection and decoding depositions as well as watching “questionable activity” in a parking lot while we ate lunch.

Psychopathy, sociopathy, and narcissism, are always favorite topics whenever 2 body language experts get together.  We talk about those and the differences and similarities between them and why most people have trouble spotting them.

We discuss Dr. Robert Hare, the Psychopathy Checklist (The Psychopath Test), and his books “Without Conscience” and “Snakes In Suits” (Robert Hare and Paul Babiak).

One of my favorite things to talk about is the origin of the myths, non-truths, mistakes, and just plain old incorrect information about body language and nonverbal communication and why this bad information won’t go away.  So we talk about that as well.

If you missed Part 1 or Part 2 of this conversation make sure you listen to them.  They are full of insight and tips about Body Language and Nonverbal Communication that are delivered from an angle you may not be familiar with yet.  But if you find human behavior at all interesting, you’ll really like all 3.

Got questions? Ask us here: @1GregHartley  @ScottRouse3