February 24, 2024 | Barb Carr

How Nonverbal Communication Guides your Investigative Interviews

psychology of nonverbal

Investigative Interviewing: The Psychology of Nonverbal Communication

One common problem we see with investigative interviews is when the investigator does not understand the psychology of nonverbal communication. Investigators tend to focus on verbal communication. However, foundational knowledge of body language helps the investigator productively guide the interview.

Attend this session and learn how the nonverbal behavior of the witness and the nonverbal behavior of the investigator influence the interview. You’ll be on your way to collecting better quality and quantity of information during your interviews.

Join us at the 2024 Global TapRooT® Summit May 1 – 3 to learn more. This session is scheduled for Friday, May 3, 2024 at 9:00 am. (Best Practice Session 8).

Tip: schedule your return flights home after the Summit ends on Friday at noon. You won’t want to miss everything the Summit has to offer.

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The 2024 Global TapRooT® Summit will be held May 1-3, 2024 at the Horseshoe Bay Resort near Austin, Texas.

This session is in the Psychology of Improvement Track but you can customize your schedule and attend this session when you sign up for any of the seven tracks.

View the seven Best Practice Tracks at the 2024 Global Summit.

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Learn about the 11 special pre-Summit Courses being held on April 29-30 (just prior to the Summit). Join me for the Effective Interviewing and Evidence Collection pre-Summit course!

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