Do you speak “Body”?

What you need

Interviews. Negotiations. Presentations. Panels. Pitches. Reviews. Meetings. Appraisals. Complaint handling. Networking. Selling. These are some of the many situations at work in which how you speak and behave is as important as what you say. Non-verbal communication – body language – is the science of how to respond.

What we do

False and misleading advice is everywhere. Our session is based on the scientific principles and specific techniques of Allan Pease and the fascinating research of experts such as like Paul Ekman who inspired the series Lie to Me. Body language relies on skill – including observation and practice – not on a personality type.

What you get

What you need is a definite plan of action for the situation, a set of principles to guide your behaviour, and the confidence that comes with repeated rehearsal. There’s a way to handle every situation. There’s no substitute for science, demonstrations and practice.

“Restricted to a single modality (face, or voice, or such autonomic nervous system changes as indicated by swallowing), it is an important flag that something important is happening which should be explored.”rnrnPaul Ekman, whose work on micro-expressions inspired Tim Roth’s character in Lie to Me, comments on the visual queues – body language – that enhance our understanding of people at home, at work and in our communities in general.

Paul Ekman, President u0026 Founder, Paul Ekman Group LLC