Nonverbal  CommunicationActions speak louder    than words.
Nonverbal         Communication   Parts of Communication    • Spoken Words.    • Vocal Tone.    • Nonverbal communication...
What is Nonverbal        Communication?   Nonverbal communication (NvC) is    the part communication that is not    words...
What is Nonverbal    Communication?Nonverbal Communicationincludes:touch, glance, eye contact, vocaltone, proximity, gestu...
What is Nonverbal    Communication?NvC varies from culture toculture.Facial expressions of anger,fear, joy, sadness andsur...
Why is non-verbalcommunication important?   Used to communicate emotions.    • Sadness, joy, happiness, hatred, etc…   N...
Why is non-verbalcommunication important?   Used to repeat the verbal message.    • Point in a direction while stating   ...
Why is non-verbalcommunication important?   Used to complement the verbal message    • A nod reinforces a positive messag...
Why is non-verbalcommunication important?   Used to substitute for the verbal    messages    • Gestures - finger to lips ...
Why is nonverbalcommunication important?   Used to determine contradiction    • Is the person lying?    • Are the words s...
Cultural Differences inNonverbal Communication   Nonverbal communication is    especially important in    intercultural s...
Cultural Differences inNonverbal Communication   General Appearance and Dress    • All cultures make judgments based     ...
Cultural Differences inNonverbal Communication   Posture    • Bowing - not done in US; shows rank in      Japan    • Slou...
Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationGesturing• Impossible to name them all. (700,000 possible)• Varies from cult...
Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationGesturing Pointing  US with index finger  Germany with little finger  Asian...
Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationFacial Expressions Varies from culture to culture. Universal meaning for s...
Cultural Differences in    Nonverbal Communication   Asian cultures suppress facial expression    as much as possible.  ...
Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationEye Contact and Gaze Degree of attention or interest Regulates interaction...
Cultural Differences inNonverbal Communication   Western cultures — see direct eye    to eye contact as positive   Arabi...
Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationTouch Touch is culturally determined Every culture has rules about a clear...
Cultural Differences inNonverbal Communication   USA: handshake is common and    hugs/kisses for family and close friends...
Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationSmell USA - Consider natural body odor as  offensive. Arabic - Consider na...
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  1. 1. Nonverbal CommunicationActions speak louder than words.
  2. 2. Nonverbal Communication Parts of Communication • Spoken Words. • Vocal Tone. • Nonverbal communication - body language, facial expressions, gestures, etc... • SW - VT - NvC • 07% - 38% - 55% (High) • 28% - 34% - 38%
  3. 3. What is Nonverbal Communication? Nonverbal communication (NvC) is the part communication that is not words. Intentional and unintentional. Often speakers / listeners are not aware of the messages they are sending.
  4. 4. What is Nonverbal Communication?Nonverbal Communicationincludes:touch, glance, eye contact, vocaltone, proximity, gestures, facialexpression, pauses - silence,dress, posture, smell, sounds
  5. 5. What is Nonverbal Communication?NvC varies from culture toculture.Facial expressions of anger,fear, joy, sadness andsurprise are universal.
  6. 6. Why is non-verbalcommunication important? Used to communicate emotions. • Sadness, joy, happiness, hatred, etc… Nonverbal cues are more reliable. • They are more truthful. Nonverbal cues are continuous. • Happens during listening and speaking.
  7. 7. Why is non-verbalcommunication important? Used to repeat the verbal message. • Point in a direction while stating directions. • Look under the table. Used to emphasis a verbal message. • Stress words gives further meaning to the message. • You MUST go to BILLA. ALL the bread is FREE today.
  8. 8. Why is non-verbalcommunication important? Used to complement the verbal message • A nod reinforces a positive message. • Rolling eyes can indicate frustration. Used to regulate interactions • Tells when the other person should speak or not speak. • When looking off to side while speaking, means the speaker is thinking and the listener should not begin speaking.
  9. 9. Why is non-verbalcommunication important? Used to substitute for the verbal messages • Gestures - finger to lips to indicate to be quiet - a wave “hello” or “good- bye” • Facial expressions - a nod instead of a yes
  10. 10. Why is nonverbalcommunication important? Used to determine contradiction • Is the person lying? • Are the words saying one thing but the body language saying another?
  11. 11. Cultural Differences inNonverbal Communication Nonverbal communication is especially important in intercultural situations. Nonverbal differences account for difficulties in communicating.
  12. 12. Cultural Differences inNonverbal Communication General Appearance and Dress • All cultures make judgments based on looks and dress. • Facial hair on men. • Length of women’s and men’s hair. Cultural standards on what is attractive and what constitutes modesty vary.
  13. 13. Cultural Differences inNonverbal Communication Posture • Bowing - not done in US; shows rank in Japan • Slouching - rude in most Northern European areas • Hands in pocket - disrespectful in Turkey • Sitting with legs crossed - offensive in Ghana, Turkey) • Showing soles of feet - offensive in Thailand, Saudi Arabia
  14. 14. Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationGesturing• Impossible to name them all. (700,000 possible)• Varies from culture to culture.• Some cultures are animated; other restrained.• Restrained cultures often feel animated cultures lack manners.• Animated cultures often feel restrained cultures lack emotion or interest.
  15. 15. Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationGesturing Pointing US with index finger Germany with little finger Asian cultures with entire hand Counting Thumb 1 in Germany and US Pinkie (5th finger) 1 in Ukraine Middle finger for 1 in Indonesia.
  16. 16. Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationFacial Expressions Varies from culture to culture. Universal meaning for smiling, crying, or showing anger, sorrow, or disgust. However, the intensity varies from culture to culture.
  17. 17. Cultural Differences in Nonverbal Communication Asian cultures suppress facial expression as much as possible. Mediterranean (Latino / Arabic) cultures exaggerate grief, sadness, joy... American men hide grief or sorrow. Too much smiling is viewed in as a sign of being mentally ill. Women smile more than men.
  18. 18. Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationEye Contact and Gaze Degree of attention or interest Regulates interaction Communicates emotion
  19. 19. Cultural Differences inNonverbal Communication Western cultures — see direct eye to eye contact as positive Arabic cultures make prolonged eye-contact. — to show interest and truthfulness of the other person. Japan, Africa, Latin American, Caribbean — avoid eye contact to show respect.
  20. 20. Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationTouch Touch is culturally determined Every culture has rules about a clear what parts of the body one may not touch. Touch protects, supports, and disapproves - hug, kiss, hit, kick.
  21. 21. Cultural Differences inNonverbal Communication USA: handshake is common and hugs/kisses for family and close friends. Islamic and Hindu: usually don’t touch with the left hand. To do so is a social insult. Islamic cultures: usually don’t approve of any touching between genders - even hand shakes.
  22. 22. Cultural Differences inNonverbal CommunicationSmell USA - Consider natural body odor as offensive. Arabic - Consider natural body odors as normal. Asian cultures (Filipino, Malay, Indonesian, Thai, Indian) stress frequent bathing.
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