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Join us as Jeremy Hurewitz takes us through an inside look at the world of spies and espionage. He will share valuable information about how intelligence officers and elite law enforcement agents use particular skills to draw out valuable information. These skills can be used as leverage for us as CEOs to be more effective leaders and managers and to improve our communications and interactions.
Get the inside scoop and learn covert information based on Jeremy's in-depth research. Jeremy's insights reveal how intelligence officers operate and are adept at navigating, establishing, and growing relationships with a vast array of targets, convincing them to collect information on behalf of the U.S. government. He will also debunk some spy myths along the way. Case studies and "spy quotes" are used to help illustrate key points colorfully and entertainingly.
Access espionage secrets that can help you efficiently build rapport and improve your emotional intelligence capabilities. Traits that can make us all more effective CEOs.
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7:30-8:00AM - Gathering and Breakfast
8:00-9:00AM - Program and Breakfast
Jeremy Hurewitz’s career has incorporated experience in journalism, sales, and intelligence that has allowed him to develop distinctive insights into human behavior. He spent a decade overseas as a journalist based in Prague and Shanghai covering security and economic issues. As a consultant in corporate security, he has worked alongside intelligence officers to collect sensitive information on behalf of clients. As the creator of Sell Like a Spy and founder of Challenger Hill Consulting he now works to teach strategies about how to connect more deeply with people and how to subtly collect valuable information.