Learn how to read and use body language to build rapport and improve your professional relationships.Enroll Now
18 online lessons
1.5 hours of learning
Understand how body language aids communication
Become aware of what message your body is sending to others
Effectively read and understand facial expressions, eye contact, hand gestures, and other body language cues
Improve the way you communicate and connect with deliberate body language
Move, gesture, and stand with poise and confidence
Use your body language to convey calm and authority in difficult situations
Learn key body language techniques for successful networking, business meetings, and presentations
Experts agree that only 7% of our communication is verbal, and the remaining 93% is made up of non-verbal communication: our tone and body language.
We all use non-verbal communication every day and barely pay attention to what our bodies are saying about us or if our tone and body language match the message we are speaking.
Oftentimes, body language is subconscious. At its most instinctive level, it is the ability humans have to sum up a situation (or person) quickly.
Your posture, hand gestures, the tone of voice you use, inflections you give to words, pauses in presentations, your eye movements, and even what you wear, can all convey meaning. They can work together to help you make a powerful first impression, build authentic relationships, and influence and persuade people.
In the new course, you'll learn everything you need to know about body language, from casual conversations to presentations to stakeholders.
By the end of this course, you'll be able to deliberately use positive body language to help you become a more effective communicator.
Practice your body language in a range of practice exercises in virtual reality. Learn how to use body language in a range of settings, and get feedback on your performance.
Improve your hand gestures, posture, positioning, and appearance in VR by self-evaluating your presentation.
Learn how to open up for questions and encourage them from the audience, as well as how to answer them.
Develop your eye contact in a range of settings, from large conference rooms to smaller meeting rooms.
Reduce your nerves and heart rate before a presentation with these simple breathing exercises.
Deliver a presentation and then watch yourself back to self-evaluate your body language.
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