(Federal Bureau of Investigation), a central organization of the US working on importantly serious crimes against the laws.
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agents are trained to read other people and uncover what is hidden so they can get to the truth of a situation. Their job is to recognize language inconsistencies and other verbal cues to spot liars and deceptive behavior.
She also said that It would be nice if every job candidate, negotiating partner, and supplier told the truth—but they do not.
In addition, many business owners and entrepreneurs get embezzled by the employees they trust.
With an expectation to guide those in the world of business of know when someone is telling you the truth and how you can be sure it’s not because you want it to be true.
Here are 10 FBI tips on how to spot the liar.
1. Build Rapport (สร้างความสัมพันธ์อันดี)
Coming across as empathetic in a conversation gets the person to open up more than when the interviewer is cold and accusatory. Developing rapport is the place to start.
2. Fill In The Blanks (ใช้วิธีให้เติมคำในช่องว่าง)
Instead of asking direct questions, tell the person the story as if you already know all the facts. Make it a statement—the guilty party will supply details and make corrections.
3. Surprise Them (ถามในสิ่งที่ไม่คาดคิด)
The person knows they are guilty and will be prepared for your questions. If you ask them something they do not expect, they will usually stumble when put on the spot.
4. Ask For The Story Backward (ให้ลองเล่าเรื่องย้อนกลับ)
Truthful people tend to add details and remember facts the more they repeat their story. Liars, on the other hand, memorize their stories and keep them the same. Ask the person to recall events backward rather than forward in time.
For example, start at the end and then ask them to explain what happened right before that point. And then before that…
For truthful people, this makes recall easier. For liars, they tend to simplify the story so they don’t contradict themselves.
5. Withhold Evidence (บอกว่ามีหลักฐาน)
If confronted with evidence of guilt too early, the person will either clam up or become hostile. Instead, give them the opportunity to make a confession. If they don’t, allude to evidence in such a way that they realize you know the facts.
6. Listen More Than Talk (ฟังให้มาก (กว่าพูด))
Liars tend to talk more than truthful people in an attempt to sound legitimate and win over their audience. Liars also tend to use more complex sentences to hide the truth. Here are some other things to look for:
– Stress usually increases the speed of speech.
– Stressed people often talk louder.
– Cracking in the natural tone of the voice often occurs at the point of deception.
– Coughing and clearing the throat are good signs of tension at the point when they occur.
7. NO Is A Key Word (สังเกตให้ดีเมื่อผู้ต้องสงสัยตอบว่า ไม่)
A person is most likely showing deceptive behavior when they:
Say “no” and look in a different direction (upward, downward, etc)
Say “no” and close their eyes.
Say “no” after a hesitation.
Say “noooooooo” stretched over a long period of time.
Say “no” in a singsong manner.
8. Be Wary Of Compliments (ให้ระวังพวกพยายามตีสนิทหรือทำดีด้วย)
Watch out for someone who is trying too hard to make a good impression:
– Emphasizing respect for your qualities and talents
– Forming a mutual bond by reminding you of common friends and activities you share
– Offering lots of praise and pleasantries
– Laughing at all your jokes (a sure give-away)
9. Watch For Changes In Behavior (ดูพฤติกรรมเปลี่ยนแปลง ไม่คงที่เป็นธรรมชาติ ใช้คำพูดโอเวอร์เกินกว่าปกติ)
Take the time to notice subtle changes in behavior when you are interviewing them:
– Exhibiting lapses in memory at critical times even though they’ve been alert in earlier conversation
– Providing small crumbs of information to questions asked
– Moving into a more formal way of speaking indicates that the conversation is hitting a point of stress
– Using extreme superlatives or exaggerated responses, such as saying awesome instead of good.
10. Ask Follow-Up Questions (ถามคำถามลงลึก)
If the person exhibits uneasiness with a specific question, take the time to explore further. For example, “Explain this gap in your résumé” may lead to an answer such as, “I was recuperating from hip surgery.” Often, the deception that you’ve uncovered may be related to a personal embarrassment or a desire to be “the perfect candidate.”