What You Get

Hire us and you’ll be able to…

Persuade the Judges and Your Clients

As a litigator, you know how important it is to understand the judge. His or her decision-making history, communication preferences, preferred kinds arguments, and the emotional factors affecting his/her decisions all can impact the judge’s ruling.

We give you critical information and strategic advice that will tip the scales in your favor.

Win Negotiations

When negotiating an important deal, knowing another person’s psychological make-up provides insights into his/her dominant beliefs and values. In short, a person’s beliefs and values determine his/her goals, strategies, and behaviors.

We give you specific information to prepare to deal effectively. We will help you unveil hidden but predictable strategies and tactics encountered during the negotiation process. This gives you the power to find winning combinations.

Build Leadership and Team Excellence

You can be a more effective leader when you develop insights into the characters and personalities of key business players.

We will help you be better equipped at managing a wide range of people with their individual differences. Our process allows you to anticipate and manage people’s behavior so your teams stay motivated, focused, and effective.

Case Studies

Human Interaction Solutions in Action

Breaking Down Walls

Breaking Down Walls

Our Client's Situation: A sales director, representing a high-end security service company, was struggling to get his proposal approved by the CEO of a nonprofit organization. Human Interaction Solutions was already working with the sales director and his company to...

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Deal or No Deal

Deal or No Deal

Our Client's Situation: A sales director, representing a high-end security service company, was growing impatient as his prospective client was extracting proprietary information during the proposal process to use for competitor research purposes. The prospect was a...

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CEO at a Crossroads

CEO at a Crossroads

Our Client's Situation: The CEO of a mid-sized manufacturing company was facing extreme difficulties with the business owner, an irrational leader who was interfering with executive decisions, operations, and client relations. The CEO had tried to manage the owner's...

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