Non Verbal Comm By Subh

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When we speak or listen our attention is focused on words rather than body language. But our judgment includes Both.

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Non Verbal Comm By Subh

  1. 1. Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  2. 2. “The same way a hearing person would applaud another. Just because they can’t here the clapping noise doesn’t mean they don’t know what’s going on.” Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  3. 3. Non-verbal communication (NVC) is usually understood as the process of communication through sending and receiving wordless messages. Such messages can be communicated through gesture; body language or posture; facial expression and eye contact; object communication such as clothing, hairstyles or even architecture; symbols and info graphics. Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  4. 4. Body language  More than 7,00,000 possible motions we can make so Impossible to categorize them all . But just need to be Aware the body movement & position is a key to enhance personality. Posture  Facial expression  Eye contact  Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  5. 5. Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  6. 6. Communication researcher Mehrabian found  that only 7% of a message’s effect are carried by words ; listeners receive the other 93% through non -verbal means. Birdwhistell suggested that spoken words  account for not more than 30-35% of all our social interactions. Over 65 percent of the social meaning of the  messages we send to others are communicated non-verbally. Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  7. 7. Three Parts of a Message Body Language Verbal Content 55% 7% Tone of Voice 38% Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  8. 8. Clothing  Hairstyle  Symbols  Info graphics  Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  9. 9. Paralanguage  Such as tone , pitch and accent, collectively known as Prosody George L. Trager developed a classification System which consists of the voice set, voice qualities And vocalization. Emotion & speaking  Stress  Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  10. 10. Handwriting style  Spatial arrangement of words  Use emoticons  Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  11. 11. The distance you stand from others matters. Westerns are comfortable standing some 2 to  3 feet apart. Arabic and Asian expect more.  Latinos expect less  Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  12. 12. Edward Hall says there are four different distances that we keep between ourselves and other people. Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  13. 13. Impact of personal space  Intimate zone 6 -18 in. Personal zone 18-48 in. Social zone 4-12 ft. Public zone over 12 ft. Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  14. 14. Face to face interaction  Physical characteristic  Environment  Behavior of communication during interaction  Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  15. 15. Eye-rolling Facial expressions are a   rich language in their Nodding  own right; Some facial Head bobble  expressions are by- Head shaking products of emotions,  while others, such as Bent head  winking or eye-rolling Pointing by chin  are akin to gestures. Q. Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  16. 16. NON VERBAL INTERPRETATION BEHAVIOR Brisk, erect walk Confidence   Standing with hands on Readiness, aggression   hips Defensiveness, closed  Arms crossed on chest  Rejection, doubt, lying  Touching, rubbing nose  Anticipation  Rubbing hands  Sincerity, openness Open palm   Authoritative , powerful Steepling fingers   disbelief Looking down   Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  17. 17. When we speak (or listen), our Attention is focused on words rather than body Language. BUT OUR JUDGEMENT INCLUDE BOTH. Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  18. 18. Eye contact.  Head movement.  Posture.  Sit straight in your chair, without slouching.  Walk with grace and ease.  Smile often.  Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; 4/22/2009 International Businessquot;
  19. 19. Thank you… For Download My Presentation: Login… www.docstoc.com www.google.com Mr.Subodh kumar pandey quot; www.authorestream.com International Businessquot; 4/22/2009
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