7 - Body Language Posture and Gestures

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Body Language Posture and Gestures Part VII:

Body Language Posture and Gestures Part VII By VanSight

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Non verbal communication:

Non verbal communication 3 Facial Expression Non-verbal Communication Ways of talking Sounds Posture Gesture Head movement Space Body contact Appearance Hands Movement Eye movement

Posture /gestures:

Posture /gestures Better Ways to Sit, Stand, Move & Present Yourself to the World is posture “Stand up straight!” “Pull your shoulders back!” As children, we were told to have good posture. Yet we were seldom taught effective ways to accomplish this. 4

Gestures:

Gestures 5 Brisk, erect walk - Confidence

Gestures:

Gestures 6 Standing with hands on hips -Readiness or aggression

Gestures:

Gestures 7 Sitting with legs crossed, foot kicking slightly -Boredom

Gestures:

Gestures 8 Sitting, legs apart - Open, relaxed

Gestures:

Gestures 9 Arms crossed on chest- Defensiveness

Gestures:

Gestures 10 Biting nails- Insecurity, nervousness

Gestures:

Gestures 11 Sitting with hands clasped behind head, legs crossed or uncrossed- Confidence, superiority

Gestures:

Gestures 12 A man deep in thought trying to make a tough decision. – make crucial decision

Gestures:

Gestures 13 To be connected with; be of interest or importance to; affect - Concern

Gestures:

Gestures 14 Severe reproof or rebuke, a formal one by a person in authority - Reprimand

Gestures:

Gestures 15 Absorbed in thought; meditative – Musing.

Gestures:

Gestures 16 To practice fraud or deceit, to violate rules or regulations- deceptive.

Gestures:

Gestures 17 To disturb or bother (a person) in a way that displeases, troubles, or slightly irritates- annoy

Trouble –gesture /posture :

Trouble –gesture /posture Aggressive body language: Showing physical threat. Bored body language: Just not being interested. Closed body language: Many reasons are closed. Deceptive body language: Seeking to cover up lying or other deception. Defensive body language: Protecting self from attack. 18

Trouble –gesture /posture :

Trouble –gesture /posture Emotional body language: Identifying feelings. Evaluating body language: Judging and deciding about something. Open body language: Many reasons for being open. Power body language: Demonstrating one's power. Relaxed body language: Comfortable and unstressed. Submissive body language: Showing you are prepared to give in. 19

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