How to Master Body Language

Body language contributes to 55% of effective communication; your eyes, voice, arms, hands and full body position play important roles in connecting with people. 

It’s a common scenario: You’re in a job interview and ready to meet your interviewer. You shake their hand, take a seat, and get ready to answer questions.

But whether or not you realised it, part of the interview is already over—the non-verbal part. The way you shook the person’s hand, the way you smiled (or didn’t), how you seated yourself—all of those are pieces that the person on the other side of the desk is putting together to draw a picture of you. It’s the same sort of thing that happens countless times every day and in every way, from teachers in front of a class to interactions with people in stores. 

What you might not consider is that people use their eyes and ears and all their senses to build connections and learn. So what can you do to take control of that and do better with non-verbal impact? 

This graphic can help; it provides information on how to effectively communicate by mastering body language; a tool that can be transferred to many daily activities such as teaching a lesson, presenting to your school, attending a job interview or even events outside the working environment.

How to Master Body Language: The Unspoken Sales Tool

This infographic was originally posted on the Salesforce site. 

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