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Nonverbal communication refers to gestures, facial expressions, tone of voice, eye contact (or lack thereof), body language, posture, and other ways people can communicate without using language.

Nonverbal communication refers to gestures, facial expressions, tone of voice, eye contact (or lack thereof), body language, posture, and other ways people can communicate without using language.

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Non verbal communication

  1. 1. Presented by: Shubhra Mishra
  2. 2.  Nonverbal Communication is defined as the process of using wordless messages to generate meaning.  Nonverbal Communication = Communication without words
  3. 3. Verbal and non verbal are all types of communication. But the difference between them is that we use our voice in verbal communication and we use body signs in non-verbal communication.
  4. 4.  The usage of Nonverbal Communication can clarify even the toughest messages to understand.  When speaking with a person, it makes a difference to see them and understand the way that they are feeling based not only through their words, but also through their gestures, expressions, and all characteristics that fit into the Nonverbal Communication category.
  5. 5.  In addition, nonverbal cues can sometimes be more meaningful than words themselves. However, when put together, a message is then complete.  More than voice or even words, nonverbal communication helps to create your image in others mind and even you can express your emotions and feelings in front of others, which you are unable to express in words.
  6. 6.  Eye Contact  Facial Expressions  Posture  Hap tics or Touch  Gestures  Personal Space
  7. 7. “Eyes are so transparent that through them one sees the soul”  Eye contact, a key characteristic of nonverbal communication, expresses much without using a single word.  Eye contact also establish the nature of a relationship.
  8. 8.  Facial expressions are the key characteristics of nonverbal communication.  Your facial expression can communicate happiness, sadness, anger or fear.
  9. 9.  Posture and how you carry your self tells a lot about you.  How you walk, sit, stand or hold your head not only indicates your current mood, but also your personality in general. For example, if you cross your arms while standing, you indicate that you may be closed off and defensive. Meanwhile, walking with your head down and avoiding eye contact with others may indicate shyness.
  10. 10. Some Common Postures:  Arms Folded Across The Chest : Unsympathetic  Arms Held Loose : Open Positive Attitude  Upright Posture : High Status , I Am The Boss  Bowing Head : Lower Status  Sideway Lean : Relaxation, Friendliness  Self Wrapping : Withdrawal, Self Protection  Slouching With Forward Lean : Lowliness  Moderately Upright : Enthusiasm, Friendliness
  11. 11.  Hap tic communication is communicating by touch.  Touch or Hap tics is the characteristic of nonverbal communication and used when we come into physical contact with other people. For example: We use handshakes to gain trust and introduce ourselves.
  12. 12.  A gesture is a characteristic of nonverbal communication in which visible body actions communicate particular message.  Gestures include movement of the hands, face, or other parts of the body.
  13. 13.  Personal space is your "bubble" - the space you place between yourself and others. This invisible boundary becomes apparent only when someone bumps or tries to enter your bubble.

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