Outline of Lecture : Outline of Lecture INTRODUCTION DEFINATION PART OF BODY LANGUAGE TYPE OF BODY LANGUAGE ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES CONCLUSION
INTRODUCTION : INTRODUCTION Body language is a powerful concept which successful people tend to understand well. Body language is part of human evolution It is like a mirror that tells us what the other person thinks and feels in response to our words or actions. Body language may provide to the attitude or state of mind of a person.
What is body Language? : Body language is an important part of communication which can constitute 50% or more of what we are communicating If you wish to communicate well, then it makes sense to understand how you can (and cannot) use your body to say what you mean. Body Language – technically known as kinesics(pronounced ‘kineesicks’) – is a significant aspect of modern communications and relationships. What is body Language?
Slide 5: Body Language is referred to as 'non-verbal communications', and less commonly 'non-vocal communications'. One’s body language can carry a whole conversation without even saying a word. Sign language is excellent example of this
DEFINATION : DEFINATION "body language - noun - the process of communicating what you are feeling or thinking by the way you place and move your body rather than by words [for example]: The course trains sales people in reading the customer's body language.“
ADVANTAGES: ADVANTAGES Some times when you don't want to tell something to everyone, you can use nonverbal communication to tell something only to the person you want. there is no visual effect for the person listening Eye contact is very important in every type of communication body language can tell if a person is sad or happy, glad or mad
DISADVANTAGES: DISADVANTAGES somebody cannot understand your expression or posture, that you are trying to tell and they misunderstood. And which is not good sometime. Can't be avoided when others are near you.