Body language and the first line manager by Eunice Lawton

By Eunice Lawton

Physique language can account for 70% of the message humans supply out. geared toward first line administration, this publication examines uncomplicated physique language, the impression that physique language may have at paintings, and the way we have to make sure that we're giving out the ideal non-verbal messages in several administration events. sensible tips are supplied on tips on how to increase verbal exchange and interplay by using applicable physique language.

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  • Improves functionality at work

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This will often encourage them to talk for longer. Comfortable silences: When we do not know people well, a period of silence can become embarrassing with both parties trying to think of something to say to fill the void. When we are familiar with people, silences are no longer uncomfortable as you can relax and speak when you want. Reflective silence: If the subject is complex or emotive then people will need time to reflect; silences occur to help this process. You should allow people the space to think by not interrupting the silence when this takes place.

Failing to maintain eye contact gives the impression that we are no longer interested and would rather be elsewhere. 22 Body Language and the First Line Manager Random eye movement that keeps changing direction suggests that someone is nervous and is looking for a means of escape from an uncomfortable situation. If people are talking to us and they fail to make eye contact, we get the impression that they are being insincere, dishonest or holding something back. Too much eye contact, however, can be negative as staring can make people feel uncomfortable.

Are you happy to take them throughout the session, or is your audience expected to wait till the end? When asked a question, repeat it so that the whole audience can hear it, and address your answer to whole audience. This ensures 45 Body Language and the First Line Manager that the audience is kept interested and it is less likely for one person to monopolise you by keep asking questions as you will not be maintaining eye contact with them. You cannot be expected to know everything. If you do not know the answer, praise the question and offer to find out.

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