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BODY LANGUAGE  

Nature didn't give us the skills to read body language. We have to learn them. 

The difference between spoken words and what we believe people ar actually saying comes from our understanding of non-verbal or body language communication. 50-100% of messages are communicated through body language! Ability to read and understand another person's body language can mean the difference between poor or excellent performance in personal and professional life.Training interventions included in this area are designed to equip participants with awareness and ability to interpret cues and signals being received from others.

Body Language Communication

By attending this workshop, participants will be able to describe the psycho-physiological basis of body language, why and what different gestures, postures, and body movements mean, read variations in body language in relation to spoken words, and body gestures specific to certain cultures. The workshop makes use of a series of role plays, simulation exercises, and body language quizzes, for participants to learn and master the basics of body language.  

Micro Expressions

Micro expressions are fleeting facial expressions. They are the seven universal signals of basic  emotions : anger, fear, sadness, disgust, contempt, surprise and happiness. Lasting for less than one third of a second, micro expressions come on the face when a person either deliberately or unconsciously conceals a feeling. This training combines information with selected video-clippings of people in the acts of concealing their feelings, role plays, and quizzes, to help participants learn and practice to spot the micro-expressions and understand what is truly being communicated. 

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Essential Kinesics Training

The main objective of this intriguing workshop is to train participants to be able to observe a variety of behavioral cues all at once and make complex decisions about whether a cluster of behaviors fits the specific context or is misleading. The workshop draws from the knowledge and techniques of Kinesics– the interpretation of body language such as facial expressions, gestures, and movement, either of any part of the body or the body as a whole. Anyone who is in a position to make important decisions based on other people’s statements can substantially benefit from learning the skills to identify behavioral cues that show discrepancies between what is being said and how it is being said.

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It is our responsibility to learn to become emotionally intelligent. These are skills, they’re not easy, nature didn’t give them to us - we have to learn them.

 

Paul Ekman