Have you ever noticed how you sometimes happen to do the same things at exactly the same time with another person? BODY LANGUAGE can make you a more perceptive human being, and it may influence your approach to every relationship in which you are involved. Body Language is the process of sending and receiving wordless messages by means of facial expressions, gaze, gestures, postures, and tones of voice. In this seminar you will learn how bodily gestures, postures, and facial expressions help communicate nonverbally with others and become more comfortable with “The Art of Interacting with Others”.
What you will learn:
- Learn how to build rapport without saying a word
- Discover non-verbal communication through body posture or movement
- What are the normal comfort zones
- What eye movements indicate
- The tones of voice that tell the truth or a lie
- Facial Expressions and their true meanings
- Language of the hand
- Discover hidden messages in clothing
- How do your children or employees really learn
- How body language differs around the world much more…
- 93% of communication is non-verbal
- When your prospect’s head is tilted towards you, it indicates his interest
- Direct eye contact occurring 60% of the time indicates that the prospect is very interested
- The hands flat on the table indicate readiness to agree.
- Audio learners will use their lips or whisper as they try to memorize
- Changing the distance between two people can convey a desire for intimacy, declare a lack of interest, or increase/decrease domination.
- The left hand is thought to be better in executing independent finger movements than the right hand
- Mirroring can be used as a tool for building rapport
- Psychological studies show that casual touching during a friendly conversation causes people to remember the conversation more fondly after the fact