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Body Language

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Transcript of Body Language

What in the world?
Body Language
at its finest
http://theoatmeal.com/comics/handshakes
The Handshake
If in doubt,remember
the 20% rule
Body
Language

Know
what
others
are

saying
without
WORDS

Dominate
Submissive
Definite Don'ts
VS.
Smile
Why smiling is contagious?
Studies show that people subconsciously
mimic the facial expressions that are in
front of them.
Honesty
Friendly
Appealing
More Natural
Do not stare
Pick one eye
Eye Contact
Helpful Tips
Learning Information: From Presentations to the Brain
83% eyes
11% ears
6% other
Posture
"When the mind closes, the body follows"
Sitting
Mirroring
After body language....
you speak.
Remember when
Speaking,
Speed
how you speak
volume
Review
1. When one person subconsciously starts to mimic the body language of another person, it usually means...

2.A person reaches out to shake your hand with the palm of their hand facing slight towards the floor. They are trying to establish...

3.A long thin tight-lipped smile a sign of...

4.What does a person look at in a social gaze?
Body Language means:
talking without words
body language =
facial expressions
posture
eye contact


Are you really saying what you want to say?
Pitch, Tone, Speed, and volume
Body Language and Eye Contact
Jessica Stout and Toi Turner
Actual
Words
Communication
7%
38%
55%


1. Recognize
2. Interpret
3. Respond
Goals:
Why is it important to smile when you are at work?
Europe: Two

New Zealand: One

USA: Waiter

Japan: An Insult
Mediterranean: Your wife is being unfaithful.

South America: Protection against bad luck.

USA: UT logo
Europe: Three

Catholic Countries: A Blessing
Bali: Bad

Japan: Woman

South America: Thin

France: You can't
fool me!
Europe and North America: OK

Tunisia, France, Belgium: Zero

Japan: Money
For more information on our sources or a copy of our presentation, contact us by email
Using the right gaze gives you credibility.
If you are in a high stress situation
Remember-
Arms
Thank You!
What does your body language tell other people?
Remember:

Make sure you know how you look.
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