“The silent signals that speak louder than words.”
Advancement to a high-profile leadership role automatically increases visibility. This means Body Language plays a heightened role in projecting Executive Presence.
The nuanced ability to manage non-verbal cues we transmit is empowering. Equally important is developing the skills to “translate” and respond to the unconscious signals others send.
Body Language skills enhance situations that challenge even seasoned leaders:
- Media interviews
- Keynote speaking engagements
- Q & A sessions
- On-camera events
- Resolution meetings
Body Language is so powerful it can act as a major game-changer
Both verbal and non-verbal responses should reflect careful attention to Body Language. Ultimately, like every form of communication, Body Language connects people and like every language, its vocabulary must be learned. The capacity to interpret signals is critical to sustaining Executive Presence.
Far more than being a “good listener,” understanding the interwoven connections between verbal and non-verbal communications is critical. Once mastered, Body Language provides the potential to both increase influence and direct the flow of information.
Body Language Training is fundamental to Executive Presence
The Body Language session trains participants in its two key disciplines:
- Managing personal signals
- Reading other people’s non-verbal messages
Participants become proficient with the interwoven connections between verbal and non-verbal communications:
- The 10 C’s of Body Language
- The 3 V’s of face-to-face communications: Verbal, Vocal, Visual
- Power Posing
- Deciphering gestures
- Congruency: The compatibility factor between our words and silent signals
- “Non-verbal leakage” —the body language equivalent to a slip of the tongue
Adaptable to your group interactions or one-on-one meetings
Each session includes practical training in specific body language techniques and showcases how to: