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SDL Certification WorkshopsWith the average person lies 3 times for every 10 minutes of conversation, and around 55% of the messages that we send and receive convey to others people are transmitted through body language - it has become a necessity to better understand non-verbal communication in our daily lives.

It is because of this that SDL has created several hands on workshops that will engage, entertain, and educate participants in the areas of non-verbal communication. Click here to view the SDL Online Certification Training.

SDL Workshops

We provide in house training for companies (or groups). You provide the venue & people, we provide the training & workbooks*:

- Send your booking enquiry (including dates, location & expected numbers) here.

- Workshops can cover the 101 & 202 Certification material, or specific material designed for your particular company / group.

- Workshops are usually either half day, 1 day or 2 days. Enquire here for pricing.

* We provide workbooks for up to 30 participants, there will be an additional charge per workbook above this number.

Create the competitive edge with your company and gain an advantage in sales, negotiations, staff and customer screening plus so much more.

To read more about Stu's book; True Lies: A Guide to Reading Faces, Interpreting Body Language and Detecting Deception in the Real World, click here.

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"It is important to remember that body language has a sender and a receiver - therefore interpretation of any gestures can be subjective. Interpreting still images lacks the context surrounding the image therefore we can not accurately know what happened just prior to the photograph being taken, nor do we know anything about the situation. In my opinion most body language interpretations and information should be considered anecdotal, although some body language interpretations regarding deception are supported by research (such as speech illustrators). Another point is that the sender may not intend to portray a particular message; however the receiver may still unconsciously interpret the 'message' a certain way. In my opinion, always use body language interpretations as guidelines rather than empirically-researched and scientifically-backed facts." - Stu Dunn (True Lies)
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