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Keynote Speaker

Pamela Meyer
2016 National Investor Town Hall Keynote Speaker
Liespotting: Proven Techniques to Detect Deception

Pamela Meyer’s mission is to help people become more accurate to get to the truth. In her best-selling book, Liespotting: Proven Techniques to Detect Deception, Meyer teaches you how to go from lie-spotting to truth-seeking to trust-building. Her non-stop presentations combine her extensive training and research with soft skills and business acumen to deliver an interactive presentation packed with valuable takeaways for you and your organization.

Used by business executives to identify the truth in high-stakes situations, the techniques Meyer teaches are pertinent to managers, procurement officers, human resources representatives, and medical professionals. After a session with Meyer, you’ll be armed with tools for better buying, protecting, interviewing, and negotiating.

The lie-detection skills Meyer teaches reveal the deception epidemic plaguing our society. Studies reveal that you encounter an average of 10-200 lies per day. As a result, Meyer believes that everything a CIA operative knows about deception, you should know too. At her private consulting firm, she trains corporate executives on facial micro-expression reading, advanced interrogation techniques, body language analysis, and behavior elicitation. She can tell you the 10 questions that will get people to tell you anything, and in just five minutes, she can train you to detect that single most dangerous facial expression to watch out for.

Recently, Meyer was named to Business Insider's list of "People to Follow on Twitter" which was compiled as a guide for the most influential users on Twitter.

Meyer is a certified fraud examiner and earned both an MBA from Harvard and a master’s degree in public policy from Claremont Graduate School.  She spent two decades in the business world as a media executive before undergoing extensive training in deception detection. Visit for new findings not included in the book.