“The body never lies.”
This course continues on the same format as Body Language Part 1. It covers more advanced collection of gestures and signals used in personal or professional life while interacting with others. As before, the course has a large number of gesture cards that describe each behaviour. Slides and workbooks contain various detailed explanations on these gestures, where they are used, what they mean and how to counteract them when necessary.
The modular nature of the course allows you to use the content easily in your own courses. The images and illustrations are designed with a uniform and consistent artistic style which can help you to polish your content and get the message across quickly and efficiently.
The modular nature of the course allows you to use the content easily in your own courses.
This course particularly focuses on handling power gestures
especially those used by some people when intimidating others. These gestures may work on you unconsciously, which this course helps you to identify and learn how to counteract them. In addition, the course covers body language used when you are with a group of people and explains about power play, show of status and show of interest all delivered using only body language. The course also contains important advice on posture, hand gestures, the art of public speaking and presentation.
In this highly practical course delegates will learn:
- Power, politics, domination and show of status
- Dealing with difficult people
- Meeting people in groups or in meeting rooms
- Presentations and public speaking
Many elaborate topics are covered. Examples are:
- What are intimidation gestures?
- How to know if someone isn’t sure of what they are saying only based on their body language
- How to take advantage of the power of touch
- How to turn the table if you are consistently dominated
- How to show that you mean it
- How to appear serious and in charge
- How to know if someone will be argumentative just based on how they sit on a chair
- How personal zones affect our behaviour just about everywhere
- Why people in large cities appear cold
- How to join a group of strangers confidently
- How to sit in a meeting room to get best results
- How to engage the audience effectively using body language
Prerequisites: Body Language Part 1. Depending on your audience, you can also use this course or its content without relying on Body Language Part 1.
Course Duration: 1 day. The course is highly modular and you can easily use portions of the course for your own specific needs or timing requirements.
Course Level: Intermediate & Advanced
NOTE: When you purchase this product you get access to all the high resolution images provided in the course.