Ask about Steve Van Aperen
Key Points
  • Co-author of The Truth about Lies: Uncovering the Fact from Fiction.
  • Consulted for BMW, Deloitte, Ernst and Young, Human Capital Institute, Financial Planners Association National Conferences, Goldman Sachs, Health Insurance Commission, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and the Recruitment & Consulting Services Association.
  • Trained numerous corporations in how to read their customers and watch profits soar.
  • Consulting roles in various high profile homicide and serial killer cases a number of videos are also utilised to enforce learning outcomes and highlight non-verbal behaviours including those of the participants themselves attending.
  • Highly sought after and entertaining public speaker who has appeared on television and radio programs throughout Australia and overseas. Steve injects humour into his presentations whilst interacting with his audience.
Topics
  • The Truth About Lies
    • Keynotes & Workshops

  • How to read and interpret micro expressions, distress signals and facial expressions
    • Extremely valuable during meetings, interviews and negotiations when looking for conflict and contradiction between what a person is saying and what their body language is stating. This training provides corporations an edge in making the right investment decisions during meetings and negotiations

  • Identifying defensive barriers
    • Concealment and masking gestures, preening and grooming behaviours, building rapport, analysing content and structure and how to detect deception
Testimonials

 I wished I hadn’t taken my wife, she is now onto me.
Municipal Works Officers Association

He is so good they call him the Human Lie Detector.
Sanjay Gupta MD, CNN

Watch what you say he can smell a liar.
Kit Hoover, co-host, Access Hollywood Live

Steve is an extremely interesting individual...He is an expert in the non-verbal cues to look for when people may be saying one thing but thinking something else. He specialises in reading and analysing distress signals and facial expressions. I would certainly love to have him by my side in the business world, where his powers of observation would be a fantastic resource!
Steve Waugh AO, former Australian Cricket Captain

Steve van Aperen is a man who studies the way people answer questions and at the same time their body language. He makes his living out of sorting truth from deception.
Mike Munro, journalist and former 60 Minutes reporter

He is an extraordinary man who is an expert in detecting deception. This man is a dead set legend.
Catriona Rowntree, presenter and journalist

Steven van Aperen is known as the Lie Guy and as I discovered he’s pretty good at it.
Tom Steinfort, A Current Affair

He has trained with the LAPD, FBI and US Secret Service. Fascinating.
Kerri-Anne Kennerley, TV host

Steve van Aperen is an expert in reading people.
Ita Buttrose AO OBE, Australian of the Year 2013

Your presentation to the CEO Clubs of New York City was amazingly informative and entertaining. It is not often that we have a speaker that can keep command of the room the way you did today at the Harvard Club. The buzz in the room was that you were one of the best speakers we have ever had. Please consider visiting with us again any time you are in the New York City area. I can't thank you and Renee enough for adding tremendous value to the club and its members.
Gary M. Anzalone, CEO Clubs, New York City