Steve van Aperen: The Human Lie Detector –– Thursday, April 18, 2013

Steve Van Aperen
Known worldwide as The Human Lie Detector, Steve van Aperen trained with and helped develop polygraph testing and behavioral interviewing techniques currently utilized by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Polygraph Unit, US Secret Service, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Now the Directory of SVA Training, he consults his services to government and corporate organizations throughout the world, including BMW, Deloitte, Ernst and Young, Financial Planners Association National Conference, Goldman Sachs, Health Insurance Commission, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Recruitment & Consulting services Association.

You’re invited to meet and see The Human Lie Detector in action on…

Thursday, April 18, 2013
12:00 noon to 2:30 p.m. (Note special start time)
The Harvard Club
27 West 44th Street

Business is all about relationships. From relationships between management and employees to those between company representatives and customers, a successful business is one in which individuals relate well with each other. And as Steve van Aperen has discovered, “Fruitful relationships are entirely dependent upon trust.”

Understanding this vital tenet, he provides audiences with the necessary tools to restore and strengthen trust within their business in order to give them a significant advantage over the competition.

By addressing such questions as “How well can I read others?” “How can I change my communication methods in order to inspire trust?” and “How do I know if someone is hiding something?” he offers techniques specifically designed to improve your business and your company’s bottom line immediately. A highly engaging speaker, he is charismatic and humorous, yet brutally honest.

 


Special Joint Meeting with Executives Association of New York City

Established in 1931, the Executives Association of New York City is the region’s largest and most experienced independent business networking organization. Known for its networking prowess, members represent industry-leading organizations that provide quality goods and services to businesses in New York City and surrounding areas.

NOTE: The starting time and the order of this meeting deviates from our customary schedule. Registration begins at noon; announcements, lunch and speaker at 12:30, and networking between members of Executives Association of New York City and CEO Clubs of New York City between about 1:30 and 2:30.


 

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED: The Harvard Club requires that we provide them with a meal count 48 hours in advance of the meeting. Without exception, if you are a member bringing a guest or a guest joining us for the first time, it is imperative that you register and pay not less than 48 hours prior to the event. Thank you for your cooperation.

 

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About Steve van Aperen

truth-about-liesFollowing a long and illustrious career as a polygraph tester in the Australian Police Force, where he conducted thousands of interviews ranging from questioning homicide suspects (to date he’s worked on 57 serial killer and pedophile cases) to performing pre-employment screenings for some of the world’s largest corporations, Steve van Aperen has emerged as the leading authority on human behavior. Today, he devotes his knowledge to helping businesses thrive by improving human rapport.

He is also the co-author of The Truth about Lies: Uncovering the Fact from Fiction, in which he explains how to effectively read people by drawing on a number of cases including OJ Simpson, Bill Clinton, David Beckham, and others. He has appeared on such media outlets as Access Hollywood, CNN with Sanjay Gupta, 60 Minutes, Madison Magazine, ABC News Australia, and more.