Imagine having a world-renowned behavior analysis expert with you next time you watch the Presidential Debate. What if you could have this expertise at your disposal for training and analysis every day. Using it to profile people in a restaurant, or to help you navigate your way through the next season of 'The Bachelor'.
Whether you are an FBI profiling team or a sales team, the Behavioral Table of the Elements will multiply your knowledge and skill exponentially.
It's been a long time in development, but the table has finally made it into the public eye.
The table of elements makes it possible for an amateur to profile human behavior in any interaction from a pub to the presidential debates. As a training tool, the table enables teams to train and test staff on their knowledge of behavior and the 18 factors that influence behavior responses like room temperature, interrogator demeanor and seating position.
The clients who will be using this will be able to download it and its field guide immediately and start putting it to work.
As research surfaces and becomes available, the table will organically grow and adapt to encompass it. It is an organic document and provides a tool for post-interview analysis and pre-interview training.
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