Body language is a subconscious and conscious tool to convey messages. Without awareness, your body language can expose your aims and desires even before you want to expose them to the other party, and convey wrong messages, that will sabotage your progress. In personal and business relationships, we convey 93% of our messages via body language and only 7% via spoken language.
In personal and business relationships, we convey 93% of our messages via body language and only 7% via spoken language. An authentic body language, that correlates with the spoken language, makes the other party feel confident and intensifies the sense of certainty and trust.
In the business world, the ability to analyze the body language of another person has significant added value, that can help us with the business process, as well as the ability to adopt adequate body language, that conveys the messages we would like to emphasize, such as trust, leadership, certainty, credibility, etc.
Body language is extremely important when coming to establish business relationships with foreign entities and cultures. Due to differences in language and culture, body language is emphasized. In addition, each culture has its unique gestures. Learning those gestures creates proximity and trust, that are important for the business partnership. Even more important is the knowledge what NOT to do or what is prohibited. Such knowledge can be critical during the initial phased of a business relationship.
Would you like to master the universal body language rules? Would you like to know how to leave an unforgettable impression on any person you meet? Would you like to know what is “right” and “wrong” in different cultures? You’ll learn all of the above and more in the “Body Language Wisdom” workshop.