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1 Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012 Coachfederation.org/ ICFGlobal2012 Reading Emotions, Truth and Deception in Others Cliff Lansley (UK)

2 Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal Use psychological models to evaluate what a person is feeling/thinking 2.Read micro facial expressions and link them to emotions 3.Apply the learning to your work as professional coaches. Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012

3  Introduction/Pre-test  Emotions  7 universal emotions and the face  5 communication channels  Post-test  Open forum. Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012

4 Activity

5 Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012 Imagine... … that every human has a clear, universal signal that reveals their genuine feelings. Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012

6 2 Minute Activity… In twos or threes please consider how this could be: 1. really useful 2. a real problem! Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012

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8 “Emotions help us to deal with matters that are important to our welfare – without thinking” (Paul Ekman) e·mo·tions Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012

9  can save or enrich your life  motivate behavior  essential to building relationships  unbidden  coordinated and organized  have reliable, universal signals. Emotions- characteristics characteristics function Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012

10 8 Seven emotions have universal facial expressions:  Sadness  Anger  Surprise  Happiness  Fear  Contempt  Disgust. Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012

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12 Activity

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14 How do you know when someone is: a. telling the truth? b. telling a lie?

15 Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012 Truth: “A sincere attempt to provide accurate information” Lie: “Deliberately choosing to mislead someone without giving prior notification”. (Dr Paul Ekman) Definitions

16 Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012 Activity

17 Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012 The Psychological Models

18 Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012 Facial Expressions Body Language Verbal style Voice Verbal Content © Lansley, C.A. & Pearse, J. (2011) Psychological Aspects of Truth EmotionCognition 5 Channels

19 Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012 Facial Expressions Body Language Verbal style Voice Verbal Content © Lansley, C.A. & Pearse, J. (2011) Psychological Aspects of Lies H o T-spot Probes Emotional Load Cognitive Load Channel Leakage

20 Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal VIDEO and action replay ANS - TEMPERATURE VOICE and action replay VERBAL STYLE BODY ANS - VITALS FACE EIA

21 Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal Fear – wider research Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012

22 Activity

23 Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012 Cliff Lansley Managing Director of Paul Ekman International plc 0(044) (A subsidiary of Emotional Intelligence Academy) Coachfederation.org/ICFGlobal2012


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