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  • 1. Non-verbal Communication
  • 2. Is
    Communication
    Process
    Only?!
  • 3. “The total impact of a message is about 7% verbal (words only) and 38% vocal (including tone of voice, inflection) and 55% non-verbal”. Albert Mehrabian
  • 4. Body language
  • 5. It's how you looked when you said it, Not what you actually said.
  • 6.
  • 7.
  • 8. لا لا محدش يقول لماما
    أنا كان مالي ومال السياسة...أوووف
    اللي مش هيسمع الكلام هو حر ...
    ما تخلصونا بقه...
  • 9. “Body language is more honest than words”
  • 10. Are you care about your body language ?
  • 11. Are you care about your body language ?
    Exercise:
    When you cross your arms on your chest, do you cross left over right or right over
    left?
    “Seven out of ten people cross their left arm over their right.”
  • 12. Are you care about your body language ?
    Exercise:
    When you cross your arms on your chest, do you cross left over right or right over
    left?
    “Seven out of ten people cross their left arm over their right.”
  • 13. Why Women are More Perceptive !
    Being 'perceptive' means being able to spot the contradictionsbetween someone's words and their body language.
    For the first few years, themother relies almost solely on the non-verbal channel to communicatewith the child and this is why women are often moreperceptive than men becausethey practise readingsignals early.
    Brain scan shows that women have between 14 to 16 areas of the
    brain to evaluate others' behavior versus a man's 4 to 6 areas.
  • 14. Why Women are More Perceptive !
    Being 'perceptive' means being able to spot the contradictionsbetween someone's words and their body language.
    For the first few years, themother relies almost solely on the non-verbal channel to communicatewith the child and this is why women are often moreperceptive than men becausethey practise readingsignals early.
    Brain scan shows that women have between 14 to 16 areas of the brain to evaluate others' behavior versus a man's 4 to 6 areas.
  • 15. Why Women are More Perceptive !
    Being 'perceptive' means being able to spot the contradictionsbetween someone's words and their body language.
    For the first few years, themother relies almost solely on the non-verbal channel to communicatewith the child and this is why women are often moreperceptive than men becausethey practise readingsignals early.
    Brain scan shows that women have between 14 to 16 areas of the brain to evaluate others' behavior versus a man's 4 to 6 areas.
  • 16. 3 Rules
    for
    Body language
    Reading
  • 17. Rule 1.Read Gestures in Clusters
    Like any spoken language, body language has
    words, sentences and punctuation.
    Each gesture is like a single word and
    one word may have several different
    meanings.
  • 18. Rule 2.Look for Congruence
    If you, as the speaker, were to ask the listener
    to give his opinion about something you've said and
    he replied that he disagreed with you, his body language
    signals would be congruent with his verbal sentences,
    they would match.
  • 19. Rule 3.Read Gestures in Context
    All gestures should be considered in the context in which
    they occur.
  • 20. Gestures
  • 21. THE POWER IS IN YOUR HANDS
    Palms and Handshakes
  • 22.
  • 23. Openness
    • Hold one or both palms out to
    the other person ,say something
    like, 'I didn't do it!‘
    • I am open, honest, tell the truth
    Trust in me
  • 24. Palm-Closed
    Palm-Down
    Palm-Up
    Palm Power
  • 25. 1. Palm up
    • The palm facing up is used as :
    a submissive, non-threatening gesture
  • 26. 2. Palm down
    When the palm is turned to face downwards, you will project immediate authority.
    The other person will sense that you've given them an order to move the item and may begin to feel antagonistic towards you.
  • 27. 3. The Palm-Closed
    Finger-Pointed
    Is one of the most annoying gestures anyone
    can use while speaking.
    When the speaker pointed directly at
    the audience, they became preoccupied with
    making personal judgments about the
    speaker rather than listening to his content.
  • 28. 3. The Palm-Closed
    Finger-Pointed
    When the speaker pointed directly at the audience, the listeners became preoccupied with making personal judgments about the speaker rather than listening to his content.
  • 29. 3. The Palm-Closed
    ii. Fingertip-touch
    • If you squeeze your fingers against your thumb to make an 'OK' type of gesture and talk using this position, you'll come across as authoritative, but not aggressive.
    -Those speakers described as 'thoughtful', 'goal-oriented' and 'focused'.
  • 30. Handshake Styles
  • 31. Who Should Reach First?
    Although it is a generally accepted custom to shake hands when meeting a person for the first time, there are some circumstances in which it may not be appropriate for you to initiate a
    handshake.
    Before you initiate the hand shake:
    - Am I welcome?
    -Is this person happy to meet me or am I forcing them into it?
  • 32. How Dominance and Control are Communicated
  • 33. Dominance
    Dominance is transmitted by turning your hand so that your palm faces down in the handshake.
  • 34. Dominance
    Dominance is transmitted by turning your hand so that your palm faces down in the handshake.
    Your palm doesn't have to face directly down, but is the upper.
    Rabin used a dominated handshake with Yasser Arafat
  • 35. Submissive
    Submissive handshake is to offer your hand with your palm facing upwards symbolically giving the other person the upper hand.
  • 36. Submissive
    Submissive handshake is to offer your hand with your palm facing upwards symbolically giving the other person the upper hand.
    George Bush got the upper hand advantage
  • 37. How to Disarm a Power Player
    The Step-to-the-Right Technique:
  • 38. How to Disarm a Power Player
    2. The Hand-on-Top Technique
    When a power player presents you with
    a Palm-Down Thrust, respond with your hand in the
    palm-Up position then put your left hand over
    his right to form a Double-Hander and straighten
    the handshake.
  • 39. Double-handed Shake Hand
    More Control
    Less Control
    More Control
    Less Control
  • 40. Gainingthe Left Side Advantage
  • 41.
  • 42. The one who stands to the left of the picture is perceived by viewers to have a dominant edge over the other.
  • 43. Secrets
    of
    Attractive
    Body Language
  • 44. Secret1. Face
  • 45. Secret 2. Gestures
  • 46. Secret 3. Eye Contact
  • 47. Secret 4. Posture
  • 48. Secret 5. Territory
  • 49. Secret 6. Mirror