Do you want to motivate an audience to listen? Communicate with confidence? Keep your presentation interesting?
When it comes to presenting, a little coaching can go a long way. Gestures increase the value of our message by 60% and more…The most viral TED Talkers spoke with their words AND their hands. The least popular TED Talkers used an average of 272 hand gestures during the 18-minute talk. The most popular TED Talkers used an average of 465 hand gestures—that’s almost double!
Learning how to frame your story and take your audience on a journey is a muscle that can grow. Knowing how to make a good presentation will help you during job interviews, building relationships, sharing your value, selling products and services and so much more…
More than presentation, do you know how you interact with your colleagues on a daily basis? Are you aware of your facial expressions, resting face, the way you walk down the hallway, get out of your car and hand gestures? Those are only the beginning – don’t let poor non-verbal communication stop you from reaching success and developing deeper relationships.
Body language is the science of the subtle cues we send and receive to each other nonverbally. Nonverbal cues are so strong because they communicate to others on a subconscious level, causing individuals to regard nonverbal communication as “true” communication because it provides real cues and emotions.
If these cues are not correct, your personal brand and trust will take a hit. Whether presenting in front of a group or grabbing lunch at your favorite restaurant, you may not be communicating what you want to communicate with your body language and non-verbal signals.
Strong brands, like influential leaders, are built