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Non verbal comunication

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A small introduction to nonverbal comunication

A small introduction to nonverbal comunication


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  • 1. http://www.protocolo.org/social/conversar_hablar/comunicacion_no_verbal_la_importancia_de_los_gestos_ii.htmlhttp://lirianoantonio.blogspot.com.es/2011/09/los-gestos-comunicacion-no-verbal.htmlhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreenhttp://www.bodylanguagesuccess.com/&v=uVLby-sFgbE&NR=1
  • 2. Àlvar Martín4th ESO
  • 3. 7% verbal38% vocal (tone,aspect andother features)55% signals and gestures
  • 4. ·Hands·The face·The eyes·Cross the arms·Cross the legs·When we smoke·To look over your glasses·The private zone·The personal zone·The social zone
  • 5. The intimate zone: Maximum 50 cmaround, where are the closest people weknow(family, best friends,… etc).
  • 6. The personal zone: 125 cm around aprox. It isused in the laboral and social surroundings.
  • 7. The social zone: Around 2-3 meters aprox. It isused with people that we don’t know
  • 8. Strong handshake: Security Vertical hands: Iguality, friendship Top: controlBottom: Submission
  • 9. Known people: ConfidenceUnknown people: MistrustKnown people: Great friendship orpersonal relationshipsUnknown people: The opposite
  • 10. To join our hands:Security, confidenceInterlace our hands: At gigherlevel, higher negativityTo rub our hands: positive
  • 11. Security/Insecurity/ControlControl
  • 12. NeckT-ShirtClosed smileTeeth
  • 13. Suspicious, seriousness, disaprovalComplicity or doubtSurprise , admiration,Conficence, honesty
  • 14. Remember,Spoken message is only the 7%!

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