Nonverbal and verbal communication skills

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Why Would You Want To Increase Your Personal Non Verbal Communication Skills (Personal Non Verbal IQ™)?

When two or more people interact with one another, directly or indirectly, they are communicating mountains of information non verbally. Research has show that 80-90% of what we are communicating with each other is non verbal and that is when we are directly speaking verbally. Prior to speaking verbally with someone, 100% of our communication is non verbal. Are you aware of what you are broadcasting about yourself?

non verbal IQ logoIncreasing your Non Verbal Communication Skills is about improving your relationships.

Increasing your Non Verbal Communication Skills is about improving your relationships. A relationship is the way in which two or more people regard or behave towards each other. And the relationships include: business partners, customers, general people you interact with, spouses, children, relatives, friends and anyone you interact with (and you don’t even have to speak to them, as we’ve discussed earlier.)
Would you agree that having good communication skills is the key to having better relationships? Can you think of any relationships in your life that would benefit from having better communication with?

It should be pretty clear why you would want to improve your communication skills in general and how your life could improve if you had even better, more successful relationships in your life. Most of us have spent an incredible amount of time improving our verbal communication skills yet with non verbal communication accounting for 80-90% of what we are actually communicating – it’s hard to think of a reason you wouldn’t want to improve your non verbal communication skills.

How To Increase Your Non Verbal IQ™?

Firstly, we at Michael Grinder and Associates are recognized around the world as the Non Verbal Communication Experts so you’ve come to the right place. Second, your Non Verbal IQ™ is your level of mastery of Non Verbal Communication and your ability to recognize, label, predict the effect, and respond to non-verbal patterns of communication.

There are two primary way you can increase your Non Verbal IQ™:

  1. educate yourself about non verbal communication via the MGA materials and
  2. attend an MGA Class or Training
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Distinguish the difference between verbal and non-verbal communication skills

Communication is of two types. One by speaking or writing, that is the use of words and sentences of a language. The other is by use of signs and symbols or postures and guestures of our body. The traffic signals are the best example. Our body communicates a lot this way. Many a time, you would inform others your reluctance or acceptance of an idea through moving your head, without using a word or sound. This is non-verbal communication.
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Facial expressions; get a chart of them, master them
Learn to feel emotion and project it through your eyes; practice in a mirror
Take techniques from the pantomine game, Charades, and practice them
Practice Mime exercises, e.g., climbing in place, running in place, opening cupboards in place
Involve your trunk, head, arms and legs, using body language to speak for you


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