Verbal and non-verbal communication, with the development of virtual communication far from being pushed into the background, has become a major issue because the screen underlines the qualities of communication as much as the faults. In addition, an ephemeral situation with replay and therefore the possibility of reviewing… Every day, the behavior of non-verbal personalities is studied, scrutinized by the media to evoke and often interpret their feelings. If it is of so much interest, it is because it fails to convey the messages to the entrance of the person and are revealing of their thoughts.
If you are not attentive enough, you can quickly return the words of a conversation to a client, with the main occupations of playing nervously with a style, so many signs that send back a disastrous image to his interlocutor. To convey the image of a person full of confidence and determination and to share the transmission of your message, it is essential to pay the greatest attention to your gestures. It is therefore essential to make good use of body language. This person has a gestural heritage that can be used for personal, social or professional purposes. A well-measured handshake can reassure an employee and show the strength of his company.
Posture, a message
The body posture of an individual builds his confidence in himself and in events. The speaker, for example in a conference, sends back a positive or negative image whose influence is the entourage; Pleasure his hands on his hips is to be avoided absolutely, it gives an impression of impatience, sometimes even arrogance and the hands are at the center of all attention. To train, you just have to watch television news or simply round tables where you can observe the attitude of journalists but also of speakers and analyze the impact of their image through their gestures. Certain postures allow you to project your voice effectively and therefore to be effective. Posture is gracefully worked on as an example of theatrical exercises or speaking training.
Gestures, their mastery
Gestures, we generally learn to control them throughout our schooling by living in situations where they are imposed on us. Some to face these constraining situations take bad habits like touching their hair, moving their feet… These gestures manifest a feeling, express a thought or an emotion. In order not to disturb or annoy others, mastering your gestures is a major asset. Certain attitudes must be controlled: head down, arms and legs crossed, fists in pockets… They express fear, nervousness, and above all lack self-confidence. Training to master them will allow you to overcome your emotions. try to stay straight, especially not to appear erased in your seat and straighten your shoulders. Drooping shoulders give the image of someone who is both physically and morally tired. Do not cross your legs, keep them straight. It also shows that you are not defensive, but open to conversation. If in a conference the speaker manages to control his movements, he may hold the attention of the audience from the beginning to the end of his presentation. By performing certain movements, he can highlight his personality.
The gaze, the face of the soul
It is an essential communication tool that says a lot: the look creates a link between the speaker and his audience. The circular gaze allows the speaker to give each person importance. The speaker can easily convince his audience if he is not staring at his notes. Whether the audience is a foul or a small group, the speaker must know how to look at the audience to establish a close connection.
It is essential to carefully question the image that we project. What counts to convince your interlocutor is not that you are convinced, determined and prepared, the important thing is above all that you appear so.