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Non verbal communication

  1. 1. November, 2012 Design: Marbelis Parra Gainza Landry ThomasTolls and Keys aboutCommunication
  2. 2. Most social psychologists will tellyou that nonverbal communication makes up about two-thirds of all communication between two Nonverbal communication people or between one speaker strengthens a first impression in and a group of listeners. common situations like attracting a Nonverbal communication can partner or in a business interview. portray a message both verbally You have less than ten secondsand with the correct body signals. and realistically close to four There are numerous elements of seconds to make a goodwhat we call body language. They impression on those with whom include physical features, both you come in contact. First changeable and unchangeable, encounters or interactions with your gestures and signals you another person strongly affect asend to others at a conscious and person’s lifestyle. People are more unconscious level, and the space likely to believe that the first thingsthat you use when communicating they learn are the truth. When the with others. The wrong message other person or group is absorbing can be established if the body the message they are focused on language conveyed does not the entire environment around match a verbal message. them, meaning, the other person uses all five senses in the interaction. “Sight makes up 83% of the impact on the brain of information from the senses during a visual presentation. Taste makes up 1%, Hearing makes up 11%, smell 3% and touch 2%
  3. 3. Nonverbal Communication Improvement Tip 1 Tone of Voice:Tone of voice is useful to convey emotions from enthusiasmto disinterest to anger. To practice, notice the tone of voice ofothers and try to interpret the emotions attached (e.g. ananimated tone vs. an agitated tone); notice how othersrespond. Nonverbal Communication Improvement Tip 2 Eye Contact: Too little (mysterious, evading or under-confident) or too much (judgmental or intimidating)? Optimal eye contact is about maintaining direct eye contact with short intervals to appear trustworthy and relaxed.Nonverbal Communication ImprovementTip 3 Gestures:Speech-related (e.g. Italian style of "speaking withhands" ) or speech-independent , gestures canmean a number of things (e.g. ok means moneyin Japan, highly appropriate in USA and zero inFrance). Look for clusters of gestures, as apersons overall demeanor conveys a lot more.Consider the context, the situation and understandthe level of formality, before interpreting anysignals.
  4. 4. G K L N U U U K K H G F F Y H B D EE S C F H U U T P O S T U R E K N BS X S A Q W S Z C B E W L P O I J NT V Y H N B C D I D C G D Q R G V NU Y T R C V N M M A V X F Y U H B CR T U N K I J M V F Y J M K O L K NE U T R E S S C B N M K H B J J K MS A F T J K J G N I H T O L C H H HG C F T H N K O I I H B C B Z A W TE R N Q I P R X L M S C Y T A J F D What you should have for a good First impression: •Posture •Clothing •Gestures
  5. 5. There are a lot of benefits of reading... but here are a few:It expands your vocabulary. It improves your spelling. Ithelps you understand different ways of life. It helps youunderstand different ideas. It helps you learn tocommunicate. It helps us find other people like ourselves. Itcan be fun to read new stories and find out what happens. Itexpands your imagination. It helps you know what otherpeople know, so that instead of repeating their mistakes andexperiments, you can expand upon them and go farther as acommunity. It helps you drive from one place to another. Itallows you the freedom to find out what other humans havehad to say over the years. It helps you know what drugs arein which bottles. It helps when you have to mute the TVbecause you can read the subtitles and still know what ishappening. It helps you go on the internet and interact.I could go on... for days, probably. But that is a start.A few important practical benefits of reading can be:Reading can make one learn not only languages butcultures and rituals of civilizations by making an individuallive the past, present or future of places he or she has neverbeen to.It is like a manual to handle a device called life where inthere are so many possible situations and options where inwhat counts is the experience. Reading makes an individualbenefit out of the worldly experiences of people and helpshape an intellect out of that learning, help take decisionson occasions where in one has to be in the same shoes asthat of any other individual already been there .