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Thanks Sowmiya, It's a nice and very practical presentation on Body Language. It is especially beneficial while teaching someone to improve his or her body language. God bless you. Sohan

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BODY LANGUAGE IN COMMUNICATION By Sowmiya Jakkal Manager, HR

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The medium through which people and animals communicate using gestures, expressions and posture. What do we mean by “Body Language” ??

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Why is Body Language important? Body language plays a big role in intuition as it gives us messages about the other person, that we can interpret at an intuitive level. 55% 38% 7% Source: www.google.com

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Components of Body Language Source: www.google.com

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Facial Expressions There are some universal facial expressions; a smile, a frown, etc. Eye contact is direct and powerful.  The use of eye contact varies significantly from culture to culture

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Gestures Fidgeting shows boredom and restlessness. Pressing fingers together to form a steeple shows interests, assertiveness and determination. Touching the nose or rubbing eyes indicates discomfort. A hand to the back of the neck may indicate withdrawal from a conversation.

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Open Stance Interested people always have an erect posture, pay attention and lean forward A firm handshake will give the impression of assertiveness or honesty People showing open hands, both feet planted on the ground are accepting A head tilted to the side indicates interest

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Closed Stance Leaning backwards demonstrates aloofness or rejection Folding arms across ones chest or body is protective and gives the impression of a closed, guarded and defensive character. People with arms folded, legs crossed and bodies turned away are signalling that they are rejecting messages. A head down is negative and judgmental

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Space There are four distinct zones in which most people operate: Intimate Area 15-50 cm Personal Area 0.5-1m Social Area 1-3m General Area 3m

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Do’s and the Don'ts How do I know as to what I am doing is right or not ……..???? OR What is My Body Language like !!!!! Let us find out.

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Don’t cross your arms or legs

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Have eye contact, but don’t stare

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Don’t be afraid to take up some space

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Relax your shoulders

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Nod when they are talking

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Don’t slouch, sit up straight

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Lean, but not too much

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Smile and laugh

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Don’t touch your face

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Keep your head up

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Slow down a bit

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Use your hands more confidently

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Don’t stand too close

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Don’t fidget

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Keep a good attitude

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THANK YOU