Reading the Whole Body:-   Emotional Body Language   Were Wired to Connect   Matters of the Heart   The Breath of Life...
Emotional Body Language
Were Wired to Connect
Matters of the Heart         A display of very good feelings
The Breath of Life
Body Postures: Closed and Open        Shes open to you and your ideas
Leanings   Leaning in to connect   Leaning away to distance himself
When He Has All the Answers         Confidence or superiority
Bodies Under Stress
Hands on Hips
Seated Readiness
Body OrientationA friendly oblique orientation for men   Women tend to orient toward each other more directly
Mirroring            We naturally mirror when were in rapport
The Eyes Have It                           The Power of Eye Contact:-                           Breaking Eye Contact,     ...
Face to Face             Joy                                            Fear   Sadness                                   D...
Face to FaceSmile that doesnt reach the eyes                                                               Hes holding som...
Talking with Your Hands                                                                         The open gestures of cando...
Feet First   These feet show who feels included and who feels left out.                                                   ...
Youre in My Space  Intimate Zone (0 to 18 Inches)Close Personal Zone (1½ to 2 Feet)                                     So...
The Power of TouchDepending on the relationship, touching or sitting on anotherpersons desk can be a signal of intimacy or...
Translating-Body-Language-across                                        The nonverbal greeting you get depends on where yo...
Non Verbal  Screats Science And Body Lanaguage
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The Nonverbal Advantage: Secrets and Science of Body
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by Carol Kinsey Goman

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Non Verbal Screats Science And Body Lanaguage

  1. 1. Reading the Whole Body:- Emotional Body Language Were Wired to Connect Matters of the Heart The Breath of Life Body Postures: Closed and Open Leanings When He Has All the Answers Bodies Under Stress Hands on Hips Seated Readiness Body Orientation Mirroring
  2. 2. Emotional Body Language
  3. 3. Were Wired to Connect
  4. 4. Matters of the Heart A display of very good feelings
  5. 5. The Breath of Life
  6. 6. Body Postures: Closed and Open Shes open to you and your ideas
  7. 7. Leanings Leaning in to connect Leaning away to distance himself
  8. 8. When He Has All the Answers Confidence or superiority
  9. 9. Bodies Under Stress
  10. 10. Hands on Hips
  11. 11. Seated Readiness
  12. 12. Body OrientationA friendly oblique orientation for men Women tend to orient toward each other more directly
  13. 13. Mirroring We naturally mirror when were in rapport
  14. 14. The Eyes Have It The Power of Eye Contact:- Breaking Eye Contact, Remembering sound, music, and voices Eye Contact Avoidance, Negative Eye Contact:- She has stopped listening Staring, Darting Eyes, Wide Eyes, Pupil Size, The Minds Eye, Business Gaze and Social Accessing emotion or sensation Gaze, Blinking Rates, Elongated Which do you find more Blinking, Eye Roll, appealing? Sideways Glance, Lowered Gaze, Lowered Head, Looking Up, Recalling an image Eye Blocks and Tearing Eyes Talking to herself Creating an image
  15. 15. Face to Face Joy Fear Sadness Disgust/Contempt Universal Expressions Surprise Anger
  16. 16. Face to FaceSmile that doesnt reach the eyes Hes holding something back. Genuine smile Shes considering her options. Something doesnt smell right to her Bored, tired, or justHe doesnt like it, but hes resigned to it. Hes mad! A feminine gesture thats not very doesnt want to talk about professional it?
  17. 17. Talking with Your Hands The open gestures of candor Hes confident about what hes sayingA double thumbs-up for a really good job He doesnt believe you A favorite gesture of the office bul A guarded or hostile gesture The look of comfort and confidence Self-touching when surprised What did you say? Hes evaluating what you said, but his raised eyebrow says hes still skeptical A clenched-hands gesture of Shes lost interest. The ultimate closed gestur A classic sign of rejection He has his doubts low confidence or anxiety
  18. 18. Feet First These feet show who feels included and who feels left out. Positions of comfort and confidence Feet that exclude Feet that include A man "on the go" Standing with Standing with Standing Standing with Standing at Attention Standing with Legs Apart Weight Evenly Weight Constantly One Foot with Legs Distributed Shifting Forward Crossed
  19. 19. Youre in My Space Intimate Zone (0 to 18 Inches)Close Personal Zone (1½ to 2 Feet) Social Zone (4 to 12 Feet) Far Personal Zone (2 to 4 Feet)
  20. 20. The Power of TouchDepending on the relationship, touching or sitting on anotherpersons desk can be a signal of intimacy or intimidation Its just a touch, but every handshake sends a powerful message
  21. 21. Translating-Body-Language-across The nonverbal greeting you get depends on where you are.Cards are presented and received withtwo hands in most Asian cultures

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