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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

non verbal communication: from Rajoy to Amay Cuddy

READing the body language:

  • Reading body language gives you insights into whether or not someone is telling the truth? True or False?
  • Would you like to know whether someone likes you or not, even before they say a word?
  • Do you want to know anyone's thoughts and feelings by capturing their body language?
  • Do you want to subsconsciously influence anyone... without even saying a single word?

Who does what?
Who looks where?

What can you read in these pictures?
to read about their body language at ELPERIODICO, click here 

to read about your eyes language at R. Phipps videos, click here 
HOST: So up until this point, the kind of communication we've been hearing about is language, right. Words we speak or write or text - basically, things we have near-complete control over. 
But the thing is you don't have complete control over how you communicate because a big part of it happens unconsciously, which brings us to Harvard psychologist and professor Amy Cuddy, who teaches at the Business School.

NON VERBAL language: 

AMY CUDDY: At least half of communication is through nonverbal signals, and that includes - that includes:
 vocal cues like your pitch and 
how quickly you're speaking and 
how much range you show. 
So the language, I think, is at least smaller than most of us believe it is.
RAZ: Amy Cuddy studies nonverbal communication:
 the way you stand, 
how you move your hands, or
 the way you furrow your eyebrows. 
Things we do that send signals to other people about what we're like in that very moment. But she also studies how those same signals affect the way we think about ourselves. Take a listen to Amy Cuddy on the TED stage.

a lot of the science on this comes from the animal world: 
ONE: you are scared, 
 trying to stay hidden from predators:
They crunch up and  they get small.

TWO: they want to stand their ground, they go big.
Through postures that are open, that are expansive and that occupy space.
A) Wide stance, chest out, hands on hips.
B ) sitting, putting your feet up on your desk and
 leaning back, putting your hands behind your head 
 with your elbows out.

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