Non Verbal Communication

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Non Verbal Communication

  1. 1. TO ALL OF YOU<br />
  2. 2. NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION<br />PRESENTED BY :<br />BIMLESH <br />VASHU PATHAK<br />PRAKASH SINGH<br />RAHIL KAZMI<br />RATNESH KUMAR<br />RAHUL KUMAR<br />SUJEET KR. PATHAK <br />
  3. 3. According to classical Meharbian Communication Model:<br /> 7% Message content <br />38% The way of delivering the message <br />55% Non verbal communication <br />
  4. 4. NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION<br />Communication not only involves the spoken words that is referred as non-verbal communication.<br />Communication through the use of signs and symbols is non verbal Communication. <br />Non verbal communication involves sending and receiving messages through gestures, body language, posture, facial expression, clothing, appreance and managing time etc.<br />
  5. 5. TYPE OF NON- VERBAL COMMUNICATION<br />Non-verbal communication is classified into the following categories:<br /><ul><li>Kinesics:
  6. 6. Proxemics
  7. 7. Haptics
  8. 8. Chronemics
  9. 9. Chromatics
  10. 10. Paralanguage.</li></li></ul><li>Kinesics<br />It is the science that deals with the body movements. It includes gestures, facial, expressions, posture, eye contact etc.<br />
  11. 11. PROXEMICS<br />It studies how we communicate through the space zone around us. We talk about the four zones. <br /><ul><li>intimate zone - this zone is generally </li></ul> family member and close friends.<br /><ul><li>personal zone - this zone is conversation</li></ul> take place b/w close friends, colleagues, <br /> associates.<br />
  12. 12. <ul><li>social zone – most official or formal</li></ul> interactions fall into this category. <br /><ul><li>public zone – this zone is about presentation and public speaking </li></li></ul><li>Haptics<br />Touches that can be defined as communication include handshake, holding hands, kissing (cheek, lips, hand), back slapping, a pat on the shoulder, and brushing an arm.<br /> The meaning conveyed from touch is highly dependent upon the context of the situation, the relationship between communicators, and the manner of touch.<br />
  13. 13. CHRONEMICS<br />Time or chronemics can be used very differently with respect to individuals and cultures.<br />Time perceptions includes punctuality, willingness to wait and interactions. <br />Time affects lifestyles, daily agendas, speed of speech and movements, how long people are willing to listen, etc.<br />It is the science that deals with the perception of time. It is very important parameters from a business perspective. <br />
  14. 14. CHROMATIC<br />It is the use of colour to communicate. <br />Time is immemorial that colour has been used symbolically in different cultures. <br />Such as white is associated with peace and Purple is associated with royalty.<br />
  15. 15. PARALANGUAGE<br />Paralanguage (sometimes called vocalics) is the study of non-verbal cues of the voice. <br />Various properties of speech such as tone, pitch,pause,rhythm and accent, all gives non-verbal cues. <br />Paralanguage may change the meaning of words.<br />
  16. 16. IMPORTANCE OF NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION<br /> 1) It helps to give non-verbal feedback while verbal communication is going on.<br />2) Knowledge of non-verbal emotional communication is also an important resource for managing and avoiding conflicts.3) Non Verbal Communication creates strong relation than verbal. A person who express his/her views and experiences using various facial expression and gestures.<br />
  17. 17. 4) You can communicate at place where you are supposed to maintain silence.<br />5) You can communicate something which you don't want others to hear or listen to.<br /> 6) Non-verbal communication makes conversation shorter and brief. <br />
  18. 18. HAVE A GREAT DAY<br />

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