Fountainhead College of Technology, 10208 Technology Drive, Knoxville, TN 37923.
Take exit 376 for TN-162 N toward I-140 E/Maryville/Oak Ridge. Take exit 376A to merge onto TN-162 N toward Oak Ridge/Maryville. Take the Dutchtown Rd exit.Turn right onto Dutchtown Rd.Turn left at the 2nd cross street onto Cogdill Rd.Turn right onto Technology Dr.Fountainhead College is on the left.
One Day, 8 CPE
$125 for 1 day
Gathering information is an integral part of any corporate environment. If honesty always the best policy, how come we don’t always get it? How important is it for us to learn the truth from our employees, managers and clients? This introduction to Linguistic Lie Detection will you become more effective in all your business relationships.This full day session presents an overview of how linguistic lie detection is used in business and investigative areas. Session participants learn the basics of information gathering and how to interpret the information they receive. In an interactive setting, attendees will be able to apply Linguistic Lie Detection basics to a variety of high profile media cases and see what the subject really meant. Information gathering basics will be covered in order to assist the corporate professional in gathering necessary information for any purpose. Session attendees will analyze a complete statement and be able to decipher the linguistic code within the body of the statement. Session topics include:
• Learn what types of questions produce the most effective responses.
• Discover how a truthful person speaks vs. an untruthful person.
• Learn how to obtain the most information.
• Of utmost importance, you will learn how to maintain a rapport with the person you are dealing with without revealing what you know or don’t know about the case.
About the speaker, Nejolla Korris:
Nejolla Korris is CEO of InterVeritas Intl. which provides lie detection, anti-corruption consulting, interviewing and interrogation training, investigative services, intelligence gathering, litigation support, linguistic statement analysis, employee audits and reference checks to corporations.
Ms Korris is an international expert in the field of Linguistic Lie Detection. She is skilled in Scientific Content Analysis (SCAN), a technique that can determine whether a subject is truthful or deceptive. Korris has analyzed documents for fraud, international security, arson, sexual assault, homicide and missing persons’ cases, causing some of her clients to dub her the "Human Lie Detector."
Korris has taught this methodology throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, Malaysia, Brazil, Singapore, Botswana, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa. Her clients include corporations, government agencies, law enforcement and the military.
Ms. Korris is a popular speaker on Lie Detection, Fraud Prevention & Investigation, Workplace Fraud, Social Engineering and Organizational Justice. Her new sessions for 2012 include: Social Engineering: The New Corporate Espionage, Protecting Your Online Reputation and Honey How Do I Look?: Differing Communications Styles of Men and Women.
Ms. Korris is a frequent presenter for The Institute of Internal Auditors, ISACA, the American Society for Industrial Security, the American National Safety Council, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and Gov Sec. In May 2012, Ms. Korris gave the keynote presentation at the 45th Anniversary of the Department of Law at Carleton University, her alma mater. She recently presented to the African Chiefs of Protocol Conference and Ethics Institute in South Africa and presented a webinar to IIA members in Sept. 2011, which had a record breaking 6,300 registrants.
Nejolla has a BA in Law from Carleton University. She serves as the Honorary Consul of Lithuania to Alberta and is the Chair of the Consular Corps in Edmonton. Nejolla received the Queens Diamond Jubillee medal for her work in the field of Linguistic Lie Detection. Ms. Korris writes a column in Edmontontians magazine entitled Civil Wars and is completing a book on deception in communications which is to be published in 2014.