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human comm


Jillian Putney

on 28 January 2010

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Transcript of human comm

nonverbal communication
in group settings David King
Jillian Putney
Elliot Schulz The Goal of our Presentation Improve your understanding and awareness
of non-verbal communication and how
it impacts working in groups body language and other nonverbal communication
ques can represent up to 93 percent of all
human communication Body Language Subconscious gestures, poses, and physical signs that help convey a message different settings &
relationships have
different body
meanings Video Time! http://www.break.com/usercontent/2009/7/lie-to-me-825145.html http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=ggqzD2mDms0#t=32 Space and
Vocal Cues Intimate Distance (0-18 in) Personal Distance (18 in-4 ft) Social Distance (4-12 ft) Public Distance (12 + ft) Pitch
Volume Quality
Nonword Sounds Pronunciation
Quality Space communicates your
relationship with a person So What Did
You Learn
From All of This? How can you apply what you learned to your life personally? Any
Questions? If not, thanks for listening and participating
in our presentation -David, Jillian & Elliot Facial Expressions Facial expressions are largely involuntary Facial expressions provide information to
others about how you feel use of eye contact varies
among cultures http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9YTxff3pHU Lets see how well you can interpret body language Quiz Time! Works Cited Debra Stein. (2007, April). SENDING THE RIGHT SIGNALS: HONESTY, RESPECT, AND POWER. PM. Public Management, 89(3), 30-32. Retrieved January 6, 2010, from ABI/INFORM Global. (Document ID: 1247720091).

Engleberg, Isa N. Working in Groups: Communication Principles and Strategies. My Communication Kit Series, 2006. page 133-141

(2008). Nonverbal Communication. In J. Pearson, P. Nelson, S. Titsworth, & L. Harter, Human Communication (pp. 86-102). New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education.
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