Joe Navarro

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Joe Navarro Joe NavarroJoe Navarro was an FBI agent and is now a body language specialist.

Navarro, born 1953, came from Cuba to the United States at the age of eight. Since he did not speak a word of English, he discovered very early the benefits of non-verbal communication. After that, Navarro 25 served the FBI for years, first as an agent and then as an agent leader in the areas of counterintelligence and behavioral assessment. Among other things, he served as commander of a special unit (SWAT team) at the FBI and was a founding member of the FBI behavioral analysis program. He exposed spies by watching their body language and exposing their true thoughts and feelings. Today he teaches the decryption of non-verbal communication at universities and writes books.

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Success & Management {HR magazine}

To guide people reading: non-verbal gestures & facial expressions

The effect of nonverbal is greater than most people realize. And it affects our work practically every day. Read more



Success & Management {HR magazine}

Guiding people to understand reading: interpreting fashion and body language correctly

Non-verbal behavior is often so obvious that it is overlooked. The external appearance is also important. It is not an art to correctly interpret the body language of your counterpart - and to adapt yourself accordingly. Read more