As an FBI special agent, Robin Dreeke worked in counterintelligence; catching and recruiting spies for the American government, thwarting threats to national security and protecting the American people.
Robin's most valuable tool for getting out of a sticky mission safely? Nope, not a gun. Good communication.
So what interpersonal & behavioural analysis strategies did Robin use to turn even the unlikeliest of people into his allies? And how can we do the same in our own lives?
Robin's Website: https://www.peopleformula.com/
Robin's Book: It's Not All About "Me": The Top Ten Techniques for Building Quick Rapport with Anyone
Erica's Instagram: @erica_mallett
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