GroomX Softskills Academystarts Behavioural Skills – Body Language Skills Training Program in India

GroomX Softskills Academystarts Behavioural Skills – Body Language Skills Training Program in India

BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, INDIA, September 20, 2017 / — Introduction
Understanding our body language is not as difficult as some people would have you believe. All human beings use it and so actually have a “built-in” ability to recognize and read it.
Unfortunately, as humans have become increasingly better at “verbal” communication their ability to consciously recognize body language has faded away.
Over 50% of your image – how others perceive you – comes directly from the way you use your body, facial expressions and gestures. And this is before you even open your mouth. As the saying goes, 'you don't get a second chance to make a first impression'.
Body language goes both ways :
Your own body language reveals your feelings and meanings to others.
Other people's body language reveals their feelings and meanings to you.
Course Outline
Greetings and Introductions
Eye Contact
Body Moments
General Characteristics
Self-introductions & Positive Introduction
Handling introductions
Overcoming embarrassing situation
Exchanging business cards
Stance & Power
The “Smile” Factor
Standing, Sitting & Walking Gracefully / Professionally
Practical guides to using Body Language at the Workplace.
Voice Modulation
Importance & Learning of different: Poise, Gestures & Postures + Hand Gestures


​The secret to “understanding” and demystifying body language is the ability to understand the next eight points :​
Signals or Tells: The body language signals that we or other people use.
Intensity: How emphatic (strong) are the signals.
Corroboration and Contradiction: Are all the signals saying the same thing or are they mixed?
Clusters: Are we using or seeing many signals for the same thing as this will make the message stronger?
Progressions: Are the signals getting stronger or weaker?
Contexts: Is the signal being used in the right context?
Conditioning: (Culture): How do the signals relate to the cultural environment and are they instinctive or learned?
Objectiveness: (Seeking and Denial): Basically seeing things you want to or refusing to see things because you don’t.

Jal Dani
GroomX Knowledge Works Pvt Ltd
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Source: EIN Presswire