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  • 1. BODY LANGUAGE DESINGED BY Sunil Kumar Research Scholar/ Food Production Faculty Institute of Hotel and Tourism Management, MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAK Haryana- 124001 INDIA Ph. No. 09996000499 email: skihm86@yahoo.com , balhara86@gmail.com linkedin:- in.linkedin.com/in/ihmsunilkumar facebook: www.facebook.com/ihmsunilkumar chef webpage: chefsunilkumar.tripod.com Sunil Kumar Ph No. 9996000499
  • 2. BODY LANGUAGE ? Body language is a form of non-verbal communication involving the use of stylized gestures, postures, and physiologic signs which act as cues to other people. BODY LANGUAGE OPEN chef Sunil Kumar Ph No. 9996000499 CLOSE
  • 3. Parts-of-the-body language You can send signals with individual parts of the body as well as in concert. Here's details of the contributions of each part of the body. •Head: Face, Cheek, Chin, Mouth, Lips, Teeth, Tongue, Nose, Eyes, Eyebrow, Forehead, Hair •Arm: Elbow, Hand, Finger •Torso: Neck, Shoulder, Chest, Back, Belly, Bottom, Hips •Legs: Thigh, Knee, Foot chef Sunil Kumar Ph No. 9996000499
  • 4. 1. Don’t cross your arms or legs – You have probably already heard you shouldn’t cross your arms as it might make you seem defensive or guarded. This goes for your legs too. Keep your arms and legs open. 2. Have eye contact, but don’t stare – If there are several people you are talking to, give them all some eye contact to create a better connection and see if they are listening. Keeping too much eye-contact might creep people out. Giving no eye-contact might make you seem insecure. If you are not used to keeping eye-contact it might feel a little hard or scary in the beginning but keep working on it and you’ll get used to it. . chef Sunil Kumar Ph No. 9996000499
  • 5. 3. Don’t be afraid to take up some space – Taking up space by for example sitting or standing with your legs apart a bit signals self-confidence and that you are comfortable in your own skin. 4. Relax your shoulders – When you feel tense it’s easily winds up as tension in your shoulders. They might move up and forward a bit. Try to relax. Try to loosen up by shaking the shoulders a bit and move them back slightly. 5. Nod when YOU are talking – nod once in a while to signal that you are listening. But don’t overdo it and peck like Woody Woodpecker chef Sunil Kumar Ph No. 9996000499
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  • 7. chef Sunil Kumar Ph No. 9996000499

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