Dangerous Personalities: FBI Profiler and Speaker Joe Navarro's New Book
For 25 years, keynote speaker Joe Navarro worked as an FBI special agent in the areas of counterintelligence and behavioral assessment. Today he is one of the world’s leading experts on nonverbal communications. Joe lectures and consults with major corporations worldwide and is an adjunct professor at Saint Leo University. He also frequently lectures at the Harvard Business School.
In his latest book, Dangerous Personalities, the former FBI profiler shows readers how to identify the four most common “dangerous personalities” and analyze how much of a threat each one can be: the Narcissist, the Predator, the Paranoid, and the Unstable Personality. Along the way, readers (and audiences of his presentation) learn how to protect themselves both immediately and long-term—as well as how to recover from the trauma of being close to such a destructive force.
As a behavioral expert, Joe has appeared on many major U.S. and international programs and networks, including CNN International, Fox News, BBC, Crossfire with Chris Matthews, CBS, NBC, and NPR radio. These appearances have also demonstrated Joe’s range of expertise as he has commented on variety of topics from body language to management practices. Audiences leave more aware and in tuned with what their body language is saying and are be able to communicate better with the people around them.
Joe is also a well-published writer whose articles have been featured in Psychology Today and The Washington Post. He is the author of the international bestseller What Every Body is Saying, which has been translated into 27 languages. Joe’s 2010 title, Louder Than Words, was called “One of the six best business books to read for your career in 2010” by The Wall Street Journal.