The Science of People works with companies, brands and individuals on how to use body language, nonverbal communication and human lie detection to be more successful. We take the most interesting research about people–relationships, human behavior and personal development and put it into easy to understand, accessible articles and workshops.
“Vanessa’s presentation style is so engaging and entertaining that I believe everyone in any job function will get something extremely useful out of it. “
–Monica Enand, Founder of Zapproved
The Book: Human Lie Detection and Body Language 101
In a ten minute conversation you are likely to be lied to two to three times. You might not even realize how often the people in your life are being deceitful.
91% of people lie regularly at home and at work
It’s time you get the tools to better equip yourself. Human Lie Detection and Body Language 101 will teach you how to spot lies as well as uncover hidden emotions in the people you are interacting with.
Most importantly, it will help you have more honest interactions with the people in your life.
Learn how to read body language and read the people around you while perfecting your own nonverbal communication. Do you ever wish you could know what someone is thinking? Body language is a great way to find out more about the person you are speaking with. Perhaps you also wish you could improve your own body language or wonder about what your nonverbal behavior is saying to the outside world. This body language course is based on scientifically backed research on the how to read people’s nonverbal behavior and improve your own.
Whether you are a business owner, parent, spouse, employee, human resources director, teacher or student, this course will change the way you interact with those around you.
If you have ever interacted with another person, this course will be useful to you because our everyday interactions are filled with secret nonverbal cues just waiting to be uncovered.
If you wish you could begin to unravel the mysteries of body language, then enroll today in Secrets of Body Language now!
“Vanessa is a dynamic and polished speaker. We would definitely ask her back for more presentations.”
–Emily Ediger, Portland State University Business Accelerator
Our goal is to take the most fascinating research from around the world, translate it into easy to understand, ‘bite-sized’ terms for practical application for both business and individual success.
The Science of People is curated by Vanessa Van Edwards who travels around the country sharing the latest research with audiences.
About Vanessa Van Edwards
Author and Behavioral Investigator
As an acclaimed writer and behavioral investigator, Vanessa is a professional people watcher—speaking, writing and cracking the code of interesting human behavior for audiences around the world.
Vanessa is a published Penguin author and a Huffington Post columnist. She regularly gives keynotes and appears in the media to talk about her research.
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“Vanessa Van Edwards’ speech to our club of hundreds was a welcome break from the standard speech. It was always engaging, at times uproariously funny and very informative. As I looked at the audience, everyone was leaning forward and feeling each moment together. We all came away feeling more light-hearted and armed with insights about human behavior that we didn’t know at the beginning. It was a treat to hear her speak!”
–Mike Pendergast, Business Development Consultant and Rotarian
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