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Episode 55  |  46:50 min

Human Behavior Hacking in Negotiations

Episode 55  |  46:50 min  |  10.29.2018

Human Behavior Hacking in Negotiations

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This is a podcast episode titled, Human Behavior Hacking in Negotiations. The summary for this episode is: <p>Susan Ibitz, the human behavior hacker, is on the show. Some people hack computer systems, she hacks human behavior. Susan runs a company called the Human Behavior Lab where she and her team specialize in face reading, statement analysis, body language, and micro-expressions. <br /> <br /> In this episode we jump into these 4 areas with both feet and discuss how understanding each of these four areas can make you a better negotiator and a better communicator. The thing that I loved about this episode is that Susan dispels a lot of myths about body language, specifically on how to tell if someone is lying to you. I find Susan's research fascinating and this is likely an episode you're going to want to take notes on. <p>ALL SHOW NOTES AND LINKS AT: negotiations.ninja/podcast</span></p>

Susan Ibitz, the human behavior hacker, is on the show. Some people hack computer systems, she hacks human behavior. Susan runs a company called the Human Behavior Lab where she and her team specialize in face reading, statement analysis, body language, and micro-expressions. 

In this episode we jump into these 4 areas with both feet and discuss how understanding each of these four areas can make you a better negotiator and a better communicator. The thing that I loved about this episode is that Susan dispels a lot of myths about body language, specifically on how to tell if someone is lying to you. I find Susan's research fascinating and this is likely an episode you're going to want to take notes on.

ALL SHOW NOTES AND LINKS AT: negotiations.ninja/podcast

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