Why it is so important to understand human behavior and why you should not be afraid of AI?

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1y Jul 13, 2020

🚀 This podcast is about human behavior, its impact on business relationships and how leaders should need to understand behavior in order to succeed. My todays guest, Susan Ibitz, is a Human Behavior Hacker: Some people hack computers she hacks humans.Today, communication is an art and science plus most of the first interaction with clients, and future prospects are on the media, phone, or email. Body Language, Micro-Expressions, Linguistic, and Face Reading can make a big difference in the process of building rapport with clients and co-workers, as expedite the trust cycle.🎓 In this podcast you will learn, among other things:💡 How the understanding of behavior patterns can eliminate bias in business relationships?💡 Why people don't have to fear AI who understand human behavior and have emotional intelligence?💡 Why face reading can help you to be more successful in your business?💡 How hacking human behavior can increase sales and foster relationships?🚀 You can learn more about Susans Ibitz fascinating work at the following links↗️ www.linkedin.com/in/susan-ibitz↗️ https://humanbehaviorlab.com↗️ https://humanbehaviorhackerschool.com/📣 📣 📣 📣 📣 📣 Give me your feedback in comments 📝 and subscribe to my YouTube channel and activate the bell 🔔 so you don't miss any episode of this podcast in the future. 🎬 https://t1p.de/MichaelThiemannYouTube...🗂 🗂 🗂 🗂 🗂 🗂Further valuable information on trend, sustainable, innovative and people-centered business models can be found under the following links:BLOG https://www.strategy-lab.com/ratgeber↗️ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/CreateFuture...↗️ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thiem_m↗️ LINKEDIN: https://linkedin.com/in/strategy-lab↗️ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/createfutur...

About Human Behavior Lab

Through research and teaching, we work on unlocking the science behind Human Behavior, Micro-Expression, Body Language, Deception-Detection, Statement & Face Reading.


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