“Rich Neureuther – Special Agent FBI – Retired”
ARE THEY LYING TO YOU??
Did you ever wonder if someone was lying to you?
These are the provocative questions retired FBI special agent Rich Neureuther poses in his presentation where he offers help to find truth and stories meant to help people find their own truths. In his popular presentation, Neureuther shares interviewing techniques that the FBI uses every day to tell when people are lying. He teaches audiences to watch for the red flags that could mean someone is being untruthful. The “take aways” are numerous and Neureuther presents them in a way that is both effective and entertaining.
One event planner recently praised his presentation, saying, “Our participants loved his secrets into the world of recognizing deception and his video examples brought many laughs.” The clues he shares to detect deceit will be valuable to the CEO in any board room, to managers, to anyone involved with hiring, to sales people, to human resources staffs and to anyone who deals with people.
KEY TAKE AWAYS:
1. Tips and tools to help you tell if someone could be lying.
2. How the dishonest person disguises the lie, whether it’s through body language or through statements they make.
3. How to phrase questions so that it’s harder to lie.
STORIES TO INSPIRE as SEEN THROUGH THE EYES of an FBI AGENT
In addition to his tips on how to spot a lie, Neureuther draws on his 30 years with the FBI for the rest of his presentation to tell stories that are motivational, inspirational and thought-provoking.
For example, he relates the story of how an FBI informant saved his life while Neureuther was working undercover in Detroit. He also shares a graphic, visual story of the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon and its aftermath.
The FBI had sent him to the Pentagon two days after the attack to provide stress debriefings to help survivors deal with the tragedy. He says that talking with those survivors was life-changing. One of his favorite survivor stories is chilling, heroic and even touching.
Neureuther often reflects that an FBI informant once saved his life, but a 9/11 survivor taught him how to live it. He hopes that his presentation inspires audiences to examine their lives and decide for themselves what is truly important.