Robin Dreeke (@rdreeke) is the retired head of The FBI Behavioral Analysis Program and co-author of Sizing People Up: A Veteran FBI Agent's User Manual for Behavior Prediction and The Code of Trust: An American Counterintelligence Expert's Five Rules to Lead and Succeed.What We Discuss with Robin Dreeke: People can be relied on to act in their own best interest (from their perspective, not yours). Just because you like somebody for any number of commonalities doesn't necessarily mean you can (or should) trust them. Why it creeps us out when people try too hard to get us to like them (and how we can avoid creeping out others when establishing rapport). Four principles that allow you to make any conversation about the other person -- and therefore more aligned with their best interest. How and why professionals who should understand the basics of rapport-building consistently fail (and how they can correct course). And much more...
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