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قديم 04-05-2010, 01:07 AM   #1
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Body Language Speaks !!|| Article


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Body language helps you acquire certain feelings.


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Actions speak louder than words !!


Has it ever occurred to you how much you are saying to people even when you are not speaking? Unless you are a master of disguise, you are constantly sending messages about your true thoughts and feelings whether you are using words or not. Because the motions of the person delivering those words is their body language. Studies have shown that your words account for only 7% of the messages you convey. The remaining 93% is non-verbal. 55% of communication is based on what people see and the other 38% is transmitted through tone of voice

I remember when I was younger I was shy that I couldn't look at people's eyes directly , I had a problem with that cuz I couldn't understand them well. But after reading about how important eye contact is , I started to look right into people's eyes an I noticed how fast and clear I can get them , and even discover their real feelings and emotions they hide sometimes.

So , from there I decided to dedicate a topic about this brain ability .. to help some of you to understand the truth behind the person you are talking to or dealing with. I added the sources to preserves the rights of the original author, and also if anyone was interested and wanted to look for more.






 

 


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First of all , you need to know what Body language means .. Here are some definitions :

1- Body language are gestures people give off unconciously to display feelings without uttering a word. Having knowledge on how to read this certain language, you would be able to decode emotions some may try to hide, but their body language can’t lie.

Communication through facial expressions, body movements, etc. 2-

communication via the movements or attitudes of the body . 3-

4- Body language is a form of non-verbal communication, consisting of body pose, gestures, and eye movements. Humans send and interpret such signals unconsciously.

5- Nonverbal communication by means of facial expressions, eye behavior, gestures, posture, and the like; often thought to be involuntary.

Eye contact, facial expressions, posture, movements, gestures.6-

Gesture: is a hand movement that is as much a part of language as speech.




 

 

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Examples Of Body Language



Source: S.P.A.R.C.




 

 

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How to understand people's body language ?! i

Gauge how close someone is to you

The closer they are, the warmer their opinions are of you. The farther away that someone is, the less they actually care.
If you move slightly closer to them, do they move slightly further away? That means they don't want your interaction to be any more personal than it already is. If they don't move further away, then they are receptive. And if they respond by getting even closer to you, they probably really like you.

Look into their eyes

Many sayings hold that the eye is the window to the mind. Eye contact can maintain, yield, deny and request communication between people. People who use eye contact are viewed as confident, credible and having nothing to hide.People who look to the sides a lot are nervous, lying, or distracted. If someone looks down at the floor a lot, they are probably shy or timid.

See if they're mirroring you
. Mirroring is another common gesture. If someone mirrors, or mimics your appearance, this is a very genuine sign that they are interested in you and trying to establish rapport with you. Sometimes though, mirroring can also be a sign of intimidation. That's only when they don't know you too well and are alone with you. Don't worry about it if they are interested in you or if they are clearly NOT intimidated. Try changing your body position here and there. If you find that they change theirs similarly, they are mirroring.

Check their arms

People with crossed arms are closing themselves to social influence. Though some people just cross their arms as a habit, it may indicate that the person is (slightly) reserved, uncomfortable with their weight (therefore trying to hide it), or just trying to hide something on their shirt. If their arms are crossed while their feet or shoulder length or wider apart, this is a position of toughness or authority.


If someone rests their arms behind their neck or head, they are open to what is being discussed or just laid back in general.


If their hands are on their hips, they might be waiting or impatient.


touching is dangerous because it invades a persons intimate space and may be perceived as unwanted or breaking norms.


When someone has their hands are in the pockets, leaving the thumbs out, it shows confidence, they probably feel superior.

Be aware of nervous gesture

If someone brushes their hair back with their fingers, this may be preening, a common gesture if the person likes you, or their thoughts about something conflict with yours. They might not voice this. If you see raised eyebrows during this time, you can be pretty sure that they disagree with you.


If the person wears glasses, and is constantly pushing them up onto their nose again, with a slight frown, that may also indicate they disagree with what you are saying. Look to make sure they push up their glasses with an intent, not casually adjusting them. Look for pushing on the rim with two fingers, or an extra motion of wiggling the side of their glasses. The frown or raised eyebrows should tip you off.


Lowered eyebrows and squinted eyes illustrate an attempt at understanding what is being said or going on. It's usually skeptical. This is presuming they are not trying to observe something that's far away.

Watch their feet

A fast tapping, shifting of weight, or movement of the foot will most often mean that the person is impatient, excited, nervous, scared, or intimidated.
Note though that people with ADHD will constantly jiggle their legs. It doesn't mean anything, it's entirely subconscious and, while annoying, it can't be stopped.


If the person is sitting, feet crossed at the ankles means they're generally at ease.


The most interesting nugget's at the end: the best indicator of mood is what we are doing with our feet. If we move or kick our feet upwards, we're feeling good. Same with our thumbs or other gestures which defy gravity such as pointing our thumbs up in in our hands.

Looking Around

When one tries to look around, he is trying to look for a topic to divert a conversation. This also means that he’s bored and trying to look for an excuse to get out the situation.

Gulping

Gulping means one is feeling guilt or fear.

Source: WikiHow




 

 

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Here are some of the ‘tells’ (movements the person doesn’t realize they are doing) that someone is lying: i


1- A liar will use your words to answer a question. When asked, “Did you eat the last cookie?” The liar answers, “No, I did not eat the last cookie.”

2-A statement with a contraction is more likely to be truthful: “I didn’t do it” instead of “I did not do it”

3- Words may be garbled and spoken softly, and syntax and grammar may be off. In other words, his sentences will likely be muddled rather than emphasized.

4- Listen for a subtle delay in responses to questions. An honest answer comes quickly from memory. Lies require a quick mental review of what they have told others to avoid inconsistency. Look into their eyes. Liars will consecutively look at you and look away a number of times.

5- Watch their throat. A person may be either trying to lubricate their throat when he/she lies OR swallowing to avoid the tension built up.

6- Watch hands, arms and legs, which tend to be limited, stiff, and self-directed when the person is lying. The hands may touch or scratch their face, nose or behind an ear, but are not likely to touch their chest or heart .

7- If you believe someone is lying, change subject quickly. A liar follows along willingly and becomes more relaxed. They want the subject changed. An innocent person may be confused by the sudden change in topics and will want to go back to the previous subject. Or, if you believe someone is lying, allow silence to enter the conversation. Observe how uncomfortable and restless the person becomes. Liars more often use humor or sarcasm to avoid a subject.

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((Maybe they aren’t lying, but they’re hiding something))






 

 

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ORAL PRESENTATION SKILLS : Body language


The Eyes Have It, And They're All On You ... and Your Gestures

One study, done several years ago at the University of Chicago, examined "the spontaneous, ephemeral, made-up-on-the fly" gesturing we do every day. It concluded that at least half of language is imagery and that body language gives form to that imagery more than spoken words.

Gestures need to arise from the content of talk and fit both the circumstance and your own personal style. However, they also need to be effective. There are some core guidelines to delivering effective gestures. What feels natural or comfortable is not always what works.

Many people gesture during a group presentation the same way they do when they're talking one-on-one. This is their accustomed habit so it feels comfortable. Other people's gestures become constrained both in size and frequency when they stand up in front of an audience. All these people are probably not gesturing at their best.

One-on-one gestures tend to be small. They are right for an audience of one, not twenty one or 501. The bigger the audience, the bigger the gestures need to be. One rough gauge is that gestures should be large enough to embrace most of the audience. This doesn't work for audiences of 1000s (unless your arms are really long), but it is a good reminder to scale up the gestures to match the size of the room.
Sorce : The Total Communicator

The golden rule is "Be natural and relaxed! " i

Positive body language :
Eye Contact
to keep audiences' attention (Asian audience might feel aggressed.)
facial expressions should be natural and friendly:
raise eyebrows to show surprise -
open eyes wide -
squint your eyes -
curl your eyebrows

The Hands
Lots of possibilities to emphasise, to enumerate.
to express sincerity or reflexion
Be conscious of what you do with your hands
If you are un, hold notes or cards to occupy them
arm - movements back and forth to suggest flow.
Open arms to include or welcome ideas


Body Movement
to indicate a change of focus
keep audience's attention
move forward to emphasize
move to side to indicate a transition gesture
up and down head motions are movements to indicate importance or acknowledgement
pen or pointer to indicate part, place (on a transparency)
shrug shoulder to indicate I don't know or care

Posture
stand straight but relaxed
(do not slouch or lean sideways)
Lean forward to emphasize however
No hands in pockets

Negative body language :
Failing to make eye contact
Do not look at your notes all the time
Looking at the screen/board means your back is turned to the audience cutting contact
Don't stare, or look blankly into people's eyes
Avoid swaying back and forth like a pendulum
Avoid leaning against walls
Be aware of your nervous tics
Do not fold your arms like a barrier
While one hand in a pocket gives a very relaxed pose, both hands in pockets looks too casual and should be avoided
Source : LSH

And here are some other useful sources :
Powerful Presentation Body Language
Presentation Skills: Body Language & Voice
Presentations – body language




 

 

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Interview Body Language


Body language is extremly important in an interviewing situation. Some would argue that it is just as important as what you say and what is on your resume. Why? Because we can learn quite a bit about people by their non-verbal actions. Once you take your seat, you can expect the interviewer to do most of the talking. You can also probably expect your nervousness to be at its height. Accordingly, you must be particularly careful about the nonverbal messages you send at this stage.

Most good interviewers will make an effort to establish and maintain eye contact, and thus you should expect that whatever messages you are sending from the facial region will be picked up, at least on a subliminal level. So , here are some advice ..

Interview Body Language that Sends the Right Message
Facial / Head Signals
Tight smiles and tension in the facial muscles often bespeak an inability to handle stress; little eye contact can communicate a desire to hide something; pursed lips are often associated with a secretive nature; and frowning, looking sideways, or peering over one’s glasses can send signals of haughtiness and arrogance. Hardly the stuff of which winning interviews are made!

The Eyes
Your aim should be to stay with a calm, steady, and non-threatening gaze. Looking away from the interviewer for long periods while he is talking, closing your eyes while being addressed, repeatedly shifting focus from the subject to some other point: These are likely to leave the wrong impression.

The eyebrows send a message as well. Under stress, one’s eyebrows may wrinkle; as we have seen, this sends a negative signal about our ability to handle challenges in the business world. The best advice on this score is simply to take a deep breath and collect yourself. Most of the tension that people feel at interviews has to do with anxiety about how to respond to what the interviewer will ask. Practice responses to traditional interview questions and relax, you will do a great job.

The Mouth
Your smile is one of the most powerful positive body signals in your arsenal; it best exemplifies the up-is-best principle, as well. Offer an unforced, confident smile as frequently as opportunity and circumstances dictate. Avoid at all costs the technique that some applicants use: grinning idiotically for the length of the interview, no matter what. This will only communicate that you are either insincere or not quite on the right track.

It’s worth that the mouth provides a seemingly limitless supply of opportunities to convey weakness. This may be done by touching the mouth frequently (and, typically, unconsciously); “faking” a cough when confused with a difficult question; and/or gnawing on one’s lips absentmindedly. Employing any of these “insincerity signs” when you are asked about, say, why you lost your last job, will confirm or instill suspicions about your honesty and effectiveness.

The Hands
As we have seen, a confident and positive handshake breaks the ice and gets the interview moving in the right direction. Proper use of the hands throughout the rest of the interview will help to convey an above-board, “nothing-to-hide” message.

Watch out for hands and fingers that take on a life of their own, fidgeting with themselves or other objects such as pens, paper, or your hair. Pen tapping is interpreted as the action of an impatient person; this is an example of an otherwise trivial habit that can take on immense significance in an interview situation. (Rarely will an interviewer ask you to stop doing something annoying; instead, he’ll simply make a mental note that you are an annoying person, and congratulate himself for picking this up before making the mistake of hiring you.)

The Feet
Some foot signals can have negative connotations. Women and men wearing slip-on shoes should beware of dangling the loose shoe from the toes; this can be quite distracting and, as it is a gesture often used to signal physical attraction, it has no place in a job interview. Likewise, avoid compulsive jabbing of the floor, desk, or chair with your foot; this can be perceived as a hostile and angry motion, and is likely to annoy the interviewer.

Source: A Recruiters Blog




 

 

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18ways to improve your body language : i

1.Don’t cross your arms or legs
2. Have eye contact, but don’t stare
3. Don’t be afraid to take up some space
4. Relax your shoulders
5. Nod when they are talking
6. Don’t slouch, sit up straight
7. Lean, but not too much
8. Smile and laugh
9. Don’t touch your face
10. Keep you head up.
11. Slow down a bit
12. Don’t fidget
13. Use your hands more confidently
14. Lower your drink
15. Realise where you spine ends
16. Don’t stand too close
17. Mirror
18. Keep a good attitude






 

 

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Some Body Language videos form You Tube by Dr.Michelle Cohen

All About Body Language & Communication


Importance of Eye Contact in Body Language


How to Appear Relaxed with Body Language


How to Tell if Someone is Lying with Body Language


Tips for Reading Body Language






 

 

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