Carol Kinsey Goman, keynote speaker specializing in leadership and nonverbal communication
Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D., is an international keynote speaker, specializing in leadership and nonverbal communication. She coaches executives, female leaders, salespeople, and change-agents to build strong and productive business relationships by projecting confidence, credibility, caring, and charisma. A frequent presenter for The Conference Board, The Executive Forum, and the International Association of Business Communicators, Carol presents keynote addresses and seminars on leadership, body language in the workplace, collaboration, and change leadership to corporations, government agencies and major trade associations.
Her clients include over 200 organizations in 24 countries — corporate giants such as Consolidated Edison, 3M, and PepsiCo; major non-profit organizations such as the American Institute of Banking, the Healthcare Forum, and the American Society of Training and Development; high-tech firms such as Hewlett-Packard and Texas Instruments; agencies such as the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command, and the Library of Congress; and international firms such as Petroleos de Venezuela, Dairy Farm in Hong Kong, SCA Hygiene in Germany, and Wartsilla Diesel in Finland.
Carol has been cited as an authority in media such as Industry Week, Investors Business Daily, CNN’s Business Unusual, PBS Marketplace, MarketWatch radio, and the NBC Nightly News.
She is a leadership blogger for Forbes, and the author of 12 business books, including:
Carol has served as adjunct faculty at John F. Kennedy University in the International MBA program, at the University of California in the Executive Education Department, and for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States at their Institutes for Organization Management. She’s a faculty member for the Institute of Management Studies.
Carol Kinsey Goman, PhD, is an international keynote speaker specializing in leadership and nonverbal communication. She coaches executives, female leaders, salespeople, and change-agents to build strong and productive business relationships by projecting confidence, credibility, caring, and charisma.
A frequent presenter for The Conference Board, The Executive Forum, and the International Association of Business Communicators, her list of clients also includes more than 100 organizations in 24 countries — corporate giants such as Consolidated Edison, 3M, and PepsiCo.
Additionally, Carol is an author whose most recent books are: “The Silent Language of Leaders: How Body Language Can Help—or Hurt—How You Lead,” and, “The Truth About Lies in the Workplace: How to Spot Liars and What to Do about Them.”
So it was a pleasure to interview this dynamic woman for the Truly Amazing Women Radio Show about her fascinating 7 Tips for Spotting Liars at Work.
- Why stress is the most powerful “lying” signal
- Why the eyes never lie
- What the tone of a voice means about telling the truth
- And, how to spot “undercover” emotions
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The Silent Language of Leaders
In this speech you’ll learn:
- Two sets of nonverbal signals people look for in leaders – and the circumstances that make one more effective than the other.
- Body language strategies for collaboration, change management, negotiation, and working with cross-cultural teams.
- How to read the body language of your team members, to find out what they really think.
Lee Hornick, Conference Coordinator, The Conference Board
The all-time greatest speaker I have ever worked with. I’ve worked with Carol numerous times over a 15-year period. She has an incredible rapport and ability to connect with the audience. I’ve seen her present to an audience of CEOs and totally blow them away. Her material is always original and fresh, and she knows it like a book.
October 2013, Be Inkandescent magazine — When properly used, body language can be your key to greater success. It can help you develop positive business relationships, influence and motivate the people who report to you, improve productivity, bond with members of your team, and present your ideas with more impact. Here are a dozen tips for using body language to project confidence, credibility, and your personal brand of charisma.
September 2013, Be Inkandescent magazine — Most workplace lies (and liars) are discovered after the fact — after you’ve signed the faulty contract, hired the wrong person, or agreed to work on that career-limiting project. But wouldn’t it be a savvy professional strategy to be able to spot liars in action, before the harm was done? From my latest book, “The Truth About Lies in the Workplace,” here are seven tips for spotting liars at work.