Brian O'Shea, of Striker Pierce Investigations & Special Expert for Global Journalist Security Teaches How to Control Your Body Language in Hostile Situations.
WASHINGTON, DC, USA, September 5, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Brian O'Shea, CEO of Striker Pierce and Special Instructor for Global Journalist Security, instructs members of the legal, activist,and journalist communities on how to control your body language in hostile or nefarious situations. Further, Brian O'Shea teaches how to use many of the same techniques to control the actions of your opponents and pursuers.
In all of these industries it is necessary from time to time to meet with sources, witnesses and allies. Your actions getting to a meeting are equal in importance to your actions during the meeting and the actions you take when leaving a meeting. Why? Because you just don't know if you are being followed or even if your source is, in fact, the actual person you are meeting with. In many types of situations the opposition will want to disrupt any meeting that can give your case or cause the upper hand. They may want to learn the identity of your source, they may want to even disrupt the meeting thus intimidating your witness in the hopes that the witness will not reveal information. It is your responsibility to protect the source and the information they possess. The most vulnerable time for you and your source is in and around the your meetings, even in a seemingly secure lcoation. Within this context, your management of your body language can reveal or conceal much about the context of your meeting to your opponents, can empower or inhibit your witness or source, and can lead your opponents to more of your sources or send them in the wrong direction entirely. Body Language is the main strength in your defense, but if not managed carefully, can be a key vulnerability for your opponents to exploit.
In these sessions, Brian O'Shea shows how to walk and talk in a manner that dissuades your pursuers, empower your source or reveal their deception, and lead your pursuers to reveal themselves, their interest and their intentions.
"One of my favorite quotes in history that is the cornerstone of these methodologies comes from Sun Tzu's The Art of War: 'Be extremely subtle even to the point of formlessness. Be extremely mysterious even to the point of soundlessness. Thereby you can be the director of the opponent's fate.' You have to be like smoke, like water…ever changing your course, adapting to obstacles, and flowing through opposition in a manner which makes you untouchable but potent. Sometimes being a hard target means being an intangible target." -Brian O'Shea, Striker Pierce Investigations.
Brian O'Shea will be teaching these techniques in Washington DC on the 5th and 14th of September on behalf of Global Journalist Security in Washington D.C. and Maryland.
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