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Psychology of Interpersonal Persuasion

  Arlington, VA United States — Department of State, Foreign Service Institute
Published March 18, 2015 — Deadline April 17, 2015 (3 years ago)
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Notice type
Contract notice
For this new course, FSI is seeking to teach the psychology of persuasion in an experiential learning classroom environment. Course content will provide foreign affairs professionals with the ability to assess unstated preferences, inclinations, and points of view and to use insights to advocate, persuade, and convince other individuals. This course is not a negotiations or conflict management course, but rather a course focused on diagnosing the unstated cues of human behavior and interpreting body language and other non-verbal communication to ascertain attitudes and deception. This course is designed to provide KSAs that may be used across cultures, but the focus of the course is not on specific cross-cultural behavior.

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Fact Sheet

DATE
0318
YEAR
15
AGENCY
Department of State
OFFICE
Foreign Service Institute
LOCATION
U.S. Department of State, Foreign Service Institute
ZIP
22204
CLASSCOD
U
NAICS
611430
OFFADD
Office of Acquisitions, FSI/EX/ACQ
SUBJECT
Psychology of Interpersonal Persuasion
SOLNBR
SFSIAQ15Q7002
RESPDATE
041715
CONTACT
Erin E Williams, Email williamsee3@state.gov - Eric R. Modrak, Contract Specialist, Email ModrakER@state.gov
DESC
For this new course, FSI is seeking to teach the psychology of persuasion in an experiential learning classroom environment. Course content will provide foreign affairs professionals with the ability to assess unstated preferences, inclinations, and points of view and to use insights to advocate, persuade, and convince other individuals. This course is not a negotiations or conflict management course, but rather a course focused on diagnosing the unstated cues of human behavior and interpreting body language and other non-verbal communication to ascertain attitudes and deception. This course is designed to provide KSAs that may be used across cultures, but the focus of the course is not on specific cross-cultural behavior.
URL
https://www.fbo.gov/spg/State/FSI/GSACQ/SFSIAQ15Q7002/listing.html
SETASIDE
Total Small Business
POPCOUNTRY
US
POPZIP
22204
POPADDRESS
4000 Arlington Boulevard

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