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    • • Body language is nonverbal communication that involves body movement. • “Gesturing” can also be termed as body language which is absolutely non- verbal means of communication. • People in the workplace can convey a great deal of information without even speaking; through nonverbal communication. What is Body Language ?
    • How Does Body Speak?How Does Body Speak? • Like any spokenLike any spoken language, bodylanguage, body language has words,language has words, sentences andsentences and punctuation.punctuation. • Each gesture is like aEach gesture is like a single word and onesingle word and one word may have severalword may have several different meanings.different meanings.
    • Why is Body Language important? Body language plays a big role in intuition as it gives us messages about the other person, that we can interpret at an intuitive level. 55% 38% 7% Source:
    • Body language  Gesture  Face  Posture
    • Types Of Gestures • Descriptive – Clarify or enhance a verbal message • Emphatic – Underscores a verbal message • Suggestive – Symbols of ideas and emotions • Prompting – Evoke a desired response
    • Common Gesture Clusters Openness: Several gestures indicate openness and sincerety. • Open hands, • unbuttoned coal or collar, • leaning slightly forward in the chair, • removing coat or jacket, • uncrossing arms and legs, • moving closer.
    • Common Gesture Clusters Readiness • Readiness is related to the goal-oriented high achiever with a concern for getting things done. • It communicates dedication to a goal and is usually communicated by sitting forward at the edge of a chair. • This may negatively give the appearence of being overly anxious also.
    • Common Gesture Clusters Nervousness • Clearing one’s throat, • Chain smoking. • Covering the mouth with hand, • Tapping fingers. • Whistling, • Jingling pocket change, • Fidgeting, • Twitching lips or face.
    • Common Gesture ClustersCommon Gesture Clusters EnthusiasmEnthusiasm • This is an emotionThis is an emotion tthat youhat you love to see in other peoplelove to see in other people and they in you.and they in you. • It is conveyed byIt is conveyed by • A small upper or inward smileA small upper or inward smile,, • Hands open and arms extendedHands open and arms extended outwardoutward,, • Eyes wide an alertEyes wide an alert,, • A lively and bouncy walkA lively and bouncy walk,, • A lively and well-modulatedA lively and well-modulated voice.voice.
    • Let’s Examine How Body Communicates, from head to toes
    • FACIAL EXPRESSIONS Facial expressions reflect emotion, feelings and attitudes
    • • Your face is watched whenever you speak • Often the key determinant of the meaning behind a message • Communicates your attitudes, feelings, and emotions more so than any other part of your body.
    • EYE CONTACT  To make people feel good and show your interest you must maintain eye contact.  The easiest way to maintain eye contact naturally is to look at the persons whole face above the tip of their nose
    • • People avoid eye contact with other person when an uncomfortable question asked. • Try to reduce tension and build trust rather than increase tension. • The raising of one eyebrow shows disbelief and two shows surprise. • People are classified as right lookers and leftlookers. Right lookers are more influenced by logic and precision, left lookers are found to be more emotional, subjective and suggestible.