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importance of non verbal communication

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importance of non verbal communication

  1. 1. Importance Of Non VerbalCommunication In An Oral Presentation
  2. 2. What is non verbalcommunication?•Behavior that creates or representsmeaning•There are two categories in which nonverbal communication is Divided
  3. 3. 1.Body Language, Gesture,Paralanguage
  4. 4. 2.Visual Aid
  5. 5. Cave –men andNon verbalcommunication•Humanscommunication hasexisted for about30,000 BC .•In the beginningThere was nonverbalcommunicationnot verbal.
  6. 6. •Child looks and recognizesbefore it speaks
  7. 7. Human brain processimages quickly, whilelanguage is decoded in alinear, sequential mannertaking more time toprocess
  8. 8. Definition Image of circle of CircleThe figure formedby the group ofpoints that are anequal distancefrom a point, orcenter. The anglesof a circle add up to360 degrees.
  9. 9. •Nonverbalcommunicationis used toconvey meaningand exchangeideas
  10. 10. Paralanguage•Its is related to Para linguistics notkinesics(study of body language)•The same word can have multiplemeanings to someone based onhow its said.
  11. 11. Nonverbal cues•Posture•Clothing•Gestures
  12. 12. •Visual aid makes youraudience interested andnot bored
  13. 13. •Studies shows that 83% learningoccurs through visually•11 % through hearing 6% fromother sources
  14. 14. RedIncrease blood pressure, increasestaminaYellowMakes you more energeticWhitePurity and peace
  15. 15. •Graphics effect ouremotions•Advertiser use thisgraphics to influenceour emotions andcan effect ourdecision making•It is important inadvertising
  16. 16. •Ideas presented by images and picturesare more retained than orally presented.
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