• CPE: 1.5

    Level: Basic

    Recommended Prerequisites: None

    Field of Study: Communication and Marketing

    This session will enhance your ability to recognize indicators of truthful and deceptive behaviors. It will discuss types of liars, defense mechanisms, how to calibrate behavior, and verbal and nonverbal clues of truthfulness and deception. The application of deception-identification techniques discussed will be demonstrated using real-world examples.

    You Will Learn How To:

    • Compare types of liars
    • Identify liars' defense mechanisms and how to overcome them
    • Discern verbal and non-verbal clues of truthfulness
    • Discern verbal and non-verbal clues of deception
    • Recognize real-life examples of deceptive and truthful behavior

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    Bert Lacativo, CFE, CPA

    Senior Managing Director, GlassRatner

    Bert Lacativo has more than 38 years of financial and investigative experience gained during his public accounting, corporate, consulting and government service. He is a former FBI Special Agent and Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Board of Regents Emeritus member. He has been responsible for the conduct of high profile, sensitive international and domestic white-collar fraud investigations, often in conjunction with in-house or outside counsel. Lacativo has also consulted with clients regarding the development and implementation of fraud prevention, deterrence and detection techniques and programs, including anti-corruption compliance. Additionally, he has developed fraud related training programs and is a frequent speaker on fraud-related topics.

  • blacativo headshot
    Bert Lacativo, CFE, CPA

    Senior Managing Director, GlassRatner

    Bert Lacativo has more than 38 years of financial and investigative experience gained during his public accounting, corporate, consulting and government service. He is a former FBI Special Agent and Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Board of Regents Emeritus member. He has been responsible for the conduct of high profile, sensitive international and domestic white-collar fraud investigations, often in conjunction with in-house or outside counsel. Lacativo has also consulted with clients regarding the development and implementation of fraud prevention, deterrence and detection techniques and programs, including anti-corruption compliance. Additionally, he has developed fraud related training programs and is a frequent speaker on fraud-related topics.

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