Detecting Deception and Nonverbal Behavior at Work and at Home
February 21, 2013
Hosted by Chris Efessiou
We all know that communication is important at home and in business. But did you know that only 7% of our communication is the words we say? The majority of our communication happens with body language, facial expressions and voice tone. When teens stop talking to their parents, attentive parents can draw them out by understand what their non-verbal communication is saying. Is it anger, sadness or frustration? The same holds true for our colleagues in the workplace. People regardless of age, when wanting to avoid a subject that may get them in trouble, would often resort to lying. How can you then detect if your child, friend or co-worker is lying to you? Vanessa Van Edwards will share with us the types of body language, tone of voice and eye contact that will alert you to know who is being deceitful. Join us on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 3 PM PT–6 PM ET to listen to her advice and ask her your specific questions.
Straight-Up with Chris: Real Talk on Business and Parenthood
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Straight Up with Chris: Real Talk on Business and Parenthood will be a light-hearted show discussing serious issues aimed to encourage, inspire, teach and support parents in applying their business skills to the business of parenting and personal relationships. It will also discuss the use and usefulness of proper parenting skills as training to entering or re-entering the workforce. Chris along with his guests will share unique principles, how-to’s, ideas, methods, expertise, humor and personal experiences to best serve the needs of the listeners. You will have an opportunity to suggest topics that you want us to discuss and as a result our show will always be relevant to you.
Chris Efessiou is an entrepreneur, business leader, international speaker, mentor, professor, father, and author of the highly acclaimed book “CDO: Chief Daddy Officer.”
In the past 20 years Chris Efessiou has founded, co-founded, developed, and managed multiple successful enterprises—all the while being a committed and present single parent.
Widely known for his business acumen, empowering management style, and out of the box thinking, Chris is committed to inspiring and guiding working parents to attain success at work and at home.
Through a variety of activities, including speaking, coaching, consulting and his book, he clearly defines the fundamentals of solid leadership critical in both arenas, and provides tools, tips and advice on how to transfer business skills to the business of parenthood and personal relationships.
A sought after mentor and teacher, Chris is a visiting professor and guest lecturer at numerous academic institutions, including George Mason University’s School of Management, and Northeastern University.
A business leader and advocate, Chris serves as member of the Management Committee of the Small Business Council of the United States Chamber of Commerce, is an advisor to corporate and academic boards, and a director on academic and charitable organization boards. He is a sought after keynote speaker on topics related to Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Using Business Skills for Personal Relationships.