How politicians use hypnotic language to manipulate us – Webinar replay
How do politicians gain the support of millions of people – without really saying anything? And why do they so often fall short of our expectations?
This fascinating FREE webinar with co-founder of the human givens approach, Ivan Tyrrell, was recorded in May 2016, before Brexit and Trump's election success – but it's no less pertinent for that.
Full of profound psychological insights, he analyses how politicians – and others – manipulate us through the language they use before looking at what we can do to protect ourselves.
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