People-Reading

, LifeLabs New York

The Seeing Lab is a professional training to learn how to detect and read micro-expressions, small contractions of the facial muscles that last only tenths of a second, but give a window into what someone is truly feeling.

Did you ever talk with a client or a friend & get the feeling that there's something more they want to say? Maybe they said they were happy, but you noticed a hint of frustration. Or maybe they said were mad, and you noticed a hint of happiness.

In this course we use imaging software, the same kind used for training detectives and members of secret services, to assess & train your people-reading abilities. Your pretest and post-test scores will tell you what emotions you are best at detecting. Then, we talk about how to apply your skills.

Learning outcomes:

1. Measureable increase in ability to read micro-expressions

2. Deeper understanding of human motivation and emotions

As featured by: NBC news, GOOD, Time out NY

*Note - Class size will be 40 people, via LifeLabs. Seven tickets are available for Skillshare members.

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LifeLabs New York

LifeLabs New York

Teacher: LeeAnn Renninger, PhD

LeeAnn's interested in all kinds of things, from noticing patterns in the way New Yorkers part their hair, to the evolving shape of car headlights to look like facial expressions.

She has a PhD in Social Psychology/Urban Ethology from the University of Vienna, Austria, and a research specialization in interpersonal relations, particularly related to the perception  of success: in relationships, in making good decisions, at work, and at play.

Her second research specialization is in curriculum design for core competency training.

LeeAnn has lectured at Princeton, MIT, the University College London and the United Nations. She is a frequent keynote speaker and executive trainer to the leadership of Fortune 500 companies.

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