Pamela Barnum

 


Pamela Barnum is a former undercover police officer and federal
prosecutor turned nonverbal communication expert and trust
strategist.
When you take decades of experience, including her unique background of
working deep undercover in the drug enforcement section, followed by a
rewarding legal career, you get real-world strategies that help audiences
crack the code on trust using proven field-tested techniques.
Juggling diverse stakeholder groups with distinct interests and roles leads
to an inevitable clash of words and actions. What if you had a strategy to
communicate trust quickly and easily without investing more time or
money? Increasing trust solidifies relationships and increases profits.
Building on her experience in the criminal justice system, Pamela studied
corporate negotiations in graduate school and now shares her experience,
research, and expertise with candor, energy, and humor blending
actionable strategies with memorable stories.

KEYNOTES
Accurately assess others nonverbal cues (body language).
Behavior that immediately communicates confidence and
trustworthiness,
Create an environment that fosters authenticity – turning first
impressions into winning impressions.
CRACK THE CODE ON TRUST: Insider Techniques for Leaders
UNDERCOVER LEADERSHIP: TRUST STARTS WITH YOU:
Learn strategies that inspire courage from within, increasing trust in B2B
and B2C relationships. Techniques to increase self-awareness to
manage and access personal biases that may be holding you and your
team back.
3D BODY LANGUAGE SKILLS FOR POWERFUL RESULTS
DISPLAY trustworthiness to improve and regulate how you are
perceived by others.
DECODE nonverbal cues that provide feedback on how the other
person is feeling, regardless of what they are saying.
DETECT decption with a greater degree of accuracy
OFFERINGS
AS SEEN ON
3D TRUST IN A 2D WORLD: Innovative Approaches to Enhance
Digital Trust
Must do’s before the virtual event.
Nonverbal techniques leaders can use to increase engagement during
the event.
The top three nonverbal techniques that increase trust, and the top three
that damage trust during virtual events.