Business Face to Face™

Business Face to Face

This is a series of online classes covering multiple topics designed for business professionals who desire to learn more about how to use Face Reading in the workplace. Lillian has previously taught internationally to CEOs and their Upper Management Teams of Multi-National Corporations in Asia and is now bringing these programs back to the US. Face Reading is an invaluable tool for all face to face communication. 

Part I - The Language of the Face 

Faces convey a primal nonverbal language that we all know but forget to use. More specific than body language, the expressions, certain features and the markings of the face can all give tremendous insight into understanding others better. This portion of the workshop teaches participants how to use the tools of Face Reading to recognize clues that can be seen clearly on the face that will help them accurately read facial expressions and markings indicating a person’s emotional nature and psychological needs. They will be taught how to monitor the changes in the eyes that indicate desire and decision-making that can help them negotiate and close deals. This portion of the workshop will help participants enhance business communications of all kinds and is particularly useful for interviewing and international interactions.

Part II - Business Matchmaking*

Of the original uses for Face Reading, personal matchmaking was one of the most successfully utilized practices in ancient China. The same methods can be applied to hiring in Human Resources through the use of the Lotus Institute's unique FIOT® Personality Assessment System. This Inventory of Facial Traits correlates to particular personality traits and is accompanied by a psychometric questionnaire to validate the interpretations. This system measures psychological preferences about how people make decisions, how they perceive the world and how they are likely to act in the workplace. 

Part III - The Five Dynamic Forces of Management and Motivation™ 

The Five Elements and the concomitant Five Actions belong to an ancient Chinese system of classifying the world. It is particularly useful in understanding how the Five Types of Managers and Employees operate and how they can best be motivated. This portion of the workshop will teach participants to recognize the differences in these Five Types of Managers and Employees through personality traits found in features of the face, work habits, preferences and communication styles. This information is invaluable for learning to become more effective in handling employees and bosses, dealing with coworkers, and for working with clients. An understanding of the differences in these Five Dynamic Forces increases the ability to motivate appropriately and inspire others to achieve more productivity, which helps to create a more successful team.