Body Language


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Body Language

Non-verbal communication. Examples include smiles, gestures and sitting or standing positions. Body language is important in face-to-face marketing. For example, salespersons are encouraged (or required) to smile when talking to a customer.
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And this is where the importance of body language kicks in: "It's not just about your personal grooming, which tells an employer whether you're prepared to put in the work to adequately represent the professional image of the company.
This may sound strange coming from a body language expert, but determining if a person is lying or being deceptive solely through body language is inadequate.
and Tour de France TELL-TALE 3 SIGNS The body language that raised the suspicions of psychologists LYING phoney still lying) LANCE Armstrong's body language during his interview suggests he didn't tell the whole truth, experts said yesterday.
Mr Pease, is the author of 17 body language books, 10 of which have been bestsellers and has appeared on radio and television around the world.
Pease was a salesman 30 years ago when he first discovered body language and he wanted to use it to influence customers.
Body language experts have determined that everyone has their own "normal" body language.
This application is recommended by body language expertby Robert Phipps,who has given his commentary and analysis of all the major party political leaders for the BBC, GMTV, ITN and Sky News as well as worked behind the scenes on many other media projects.
Nick Clegg may have been branded as the election debate winner, but according to body language experts it was Gordon brown who was the alpha male of the group.
We listen to how they say things, we watch their body language, and we observe how they communicate in writing.
Sallu has hardly ever worked hard on his body language, outfits and mannerisms for most of the roles he plays in films -- apart from that of his character in his forthcoming film Veer .
To get ahead in business and life, learn to read other people's body language and be sure to know what your body language says about you.
The majority of our communication, 55%, is nonverbal body language.