Body Language

7 Easy Lessons to Master the Silent Language

Author: James Borg

Publisher: FT Press

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 244

View: 631

Read People Like a Book--7 ESSENTIAL SKILLS for getting exactly what you want The most important 90% of communication is nonverbal. It's silent--but not hidden. It's instinctual--but you can control it. This book shows you how. You'll learn how to: * Read the nonverbal signs that tell you exactly what people are thinking, feeling, and planning. * Control your own nonverbal communication so you deliver the right message and get the right results. * Decipher gestures and read minds. * Stop sending signals that undercut your words. * Communicate more successfully with friends, family, colleagues, customers, strangers...everyone! Are you trustworthy? Likable? Interesting? Are you the right person to hire? To buy from? People start judging you the instant they meet you--and they never stop. You do the same for them. Based on what? Not just words: 90% of the information people present about themselves is nonverbal. Body Language is about understanding that 90%--and making the most of it. It's about learning to consciously read the silent messages other people are sending...so you know what they're really feeling, thinking, and intending to do. It's about learning to control your own body language so that you communicate more powerfully and successfully with everyone in your life. Need an edge? Ever worry that you're not getting your message across? Then these are the most important communication skills you will ever learn. * Recognize lies, fears, and how people are responding to you Sharpen your intuitions and perceptions and use them to communicate more effectively * Overcome bad body language habits that convey the wrong impression Stop making the innocent mistakes that turn people off * Read people through "context, congruence, and clusters" Use body language together with everything else you know, hear, and see * Gain the charisma that comes with effective listening People want to be heard--learn how to give them what they want

Body Language

Author: Julius Fast

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 183

View: 367

Body Language helps you to understand the unconscious body movements and postures that provide intimate keys to what a person is really thinking and the secrets of their true inner selves. You will learn how to read the angle of shoulders, the tilt of a head, or the tap of a foot, in order to discern whether an individual is angry, frightened, or cheerful. You will be able to use Body Language to discover the most—and least—important person in any group by the way others position themselves. The body is not able to lie, for it sends subtle signals to those who know how to read them. Body Language will even show you how to do it without others knowing you are observing them. Body Language was a huge best seller when first published and has remained in print ever since. It has been thoroughly updated and revised especially for this ebook edition.

Body Language

Author: Vijaya Kumar

Publisher: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 96

View: 254

Where actions speak louder than words, body language emerges as a reliable and accurate means of interpreting the thoughts and feelings of those around us. This book attempts to explore and define the significance of various gestures and expressions that convey for more than mere words. It offers guidelines on how to modify one's own behaviour, read the body language signals in others and use the body to communicate effectively.

Body Language at Work

Author: Adrian Furnham

Publisher: CIPD Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Body language

Page: 82

View: 728

This guide to body language at work covers the following areas: the nature and meaning of signals, including eye gaze, facial expressions, gestures, posture and touch; why some personalities are easy to read and some aren't; what appearance, clothes and mannerisms say about us; and detecting office liars and fakes.

Body Language

The art of reading geasture & postures

Author: Vinay Mohan Sharma

Publisher: V&S Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 120

View: 371

Communication is not always through sound or language. Much can be said with gestures and movement of eyes. In fact, more often than not, it is the body language that 'says' more than words. Now discover all the finer points and the nuances of body language in this masterly work. How does a thumb gesture display dominance, superiority and aggression? How does dilation of eyes send a romantic signal? What does a sideways glance indicate? Given these incredible insights, the book can prove to be of immense use for professionals like advocates, doctors, policemen, judges, salesmen, politicians, judges, executives, bureaucrats and customers etc - in short, people who are essentially in public dealing. But then, it is for all, a true guide for analysing behaviour and attitudes.

Body Language

A Guide for Professionals

Author: Hedwig Lewis

Publisher: SAGE Publishing India

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 268

View: 158

A command over body language has become an important skill in today's world. It is the X-factor that completes the personalities of executives, entertainers, politicians, celebrities, and many more. After the thumping success of the previous edition of Body Language: A Guide for Professionals, SAGE has come out with this exciting third edition. Since the last edition of this book more than a decade ago, Internet and media have brought renewed interest to non-verbal communication, particularly to body language. The author has painstakingly combed through the existing text and has extensively researched online resources to add new insights to this edition, making it a cutting-edge reference on the subject. Some of the significant new features of this edition are: - Latest developments in the field of non-verbal communication - Extra details that add greater depth, clarity and comprehensiveness to the text - Modern-day observations of human behaviour and body-talk - Coverage of typical Indian gestures where relevant - A new section on 'Body Language in Sleep' - Additional practical tips and suggestions The reader is also challenged with tests and practice sessions that help develop special skills to interpret body language. With its various improvements, this edition presents a systematic, in-depth, and comprehensive approach to body language.

The Power of Body Language

Author: Tonya Reiman

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 320

View: 506

Nationally renowned body language expert Tonya Reiman illuminates what until now has been a gray area in interpersonal communication: harnessing the power of your nonverbal cues to get what you want out of every aspect of life, from professional encounters to personal relationships. Unlike other books on this fascinating topic, The Power of Body Language is your practical, personal playbook for getting what you desire from others -- and zoning in on what others are saying to you without words. Once you know the hidden meaning behind specific gestures, facial cues, stances, and body movements, you will possess a sixth sense that can be a life-changing, career-saving, trouble-shooting skill you will never leave home without! Learn how to: Take control of your own secret signals Gain trust -- and detect untrustworthiness Ace a job interview Shake hands (the right way) Make a dazzling first impression Exude confidence -- even when you're not feeling it Recognize if someone is lying Understand why men and women "speak" a different language Read a face to know a person's inner emotional state...and much more. In an insightful and engaging narrative, Tonya Reiman analyzes all of the components of body language -- the languages of the face, the body, space and touch, and sound. She shows you how to become a Master Communicator with The Reiman Rapport Method, a surefire system for building an instant connection with anyone, in any situation. And she shares the experiences of her clients, from executives to politicians to relationship seekers: Learn from Cindy, a confident and ambitious manager who turned her career around by altering the subconscious messages she was sending her male colleagues...and Peter, the wedding DJ whose client list blossomed as soon as he practiced the art of social smiling! Peppered with photos and fun facts, The Power of Body Language is as entertaining as it is instructive. Get the power to send and receive the messages you want -- and never be left in the dark again.

Body Language

Author: C. C. Carter

Publisher: Kings Crossing Publishing

ISBN:

Category: African American lesbians

Page: 92

View: 708

In Body Language, C.C. Carter givesvoice to her layered truths of beingfemme, lesbian, black and Latina in asociety that sees her and thinks straight and African-American. From her Dominican roots (and all the complex history that goes with it), C.C. unfolds her girlhood attempts at assimilation and her adult acceptance of the power of her sexuality and her body's gifts. Body Language [bold] portrays C.C.'svoyage to womanhood, and she proves to be the best translator for thetrip. This wonderful collection of C.C.'s performance work was well worth the wait!Lisa C. Moore, editor, does your mama know? An Anthology of Black Lesbian Coming Out Stories

Body Language For Dummies

Author: Elizabeth Kuhnke

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 338

View: 780

If you are puzzled by other people or want to improve the impression you give, knowing about body language could be the key. In this book you’ll discover how the body reveals what people really mean and how you can use your body and your expressions to improve your self-image to others. It explores why we give the signals we do, how to read the most common expressions and goes on to show how you can use your new understanding of body language for success at work, in relationships and in your communication. Actions really do speak louder than words!

Body Language

It's What You Don't Say That Matters

Author: Robert Phipps

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 238

View: 426

Body language matters. From getting a job to getting a pay rise, and from closing a deal to managing the people around you, it makes a big difference. Robert Phipps, one of the world's leading body language experts shows you how to make it work for you. Busting some of the biggest body language myths, Phipps shows how to read other people's body language and to use yours to succeed in business and life. Loaded with practical tips, this book covers everything you ever need to know about body language, in a variety of business situations: Greetings Meetings Partings Presentations Negotiations Motivation Deception Managing Interviewing Disciplining