Effective communication – Recognition of non-verbal messages of others

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the outcome

Non-verbal aspects of communication began to be studied more intensively in the 60s, and the public became aware of their existence only in 1970, with the appearance of Julius Fast’s book about body language and its importance in our lives.
Charlie Chaplin and many other silent movie actors were the pioneers of using the non-verbal communication. Each actor was considered good or bad to the extent that he could use gestures and other body signals to communicate effectively.
Today, non-verbal communication can make the difference between success or go unnoticed.

 

WORKSHOP DETAILS “Recognition of non-verbal messages of others”

The course is based on non verbal communication psychology, whose assimilation alow us to receive messages from others differently than before and, not least, to know how to correctly interpret, beyond what we perceive at first sight.
We will review:

  • The power of the hand, shaking hands, can make the difference between domination and submission
  • Position of the head, of the body, the most common gestures and their meaning
  • Aggressive and preparation gestures, challenging, avoid or offset them
  • Getting ready estures, in a sitting position, before negotiating

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