COMMUNICATING WITHOUT WORDS
Nonverbal / Body Language Communications

Nonverbal communications trumps what we actually say, EVERY TIME!

It conveys our message Visually to our audiences. Note: Over 50% of people are visual learners…and for everyone what we are communicating non-verbally speaks louder than our words! So, what people see is what they believe!

Kristan Getsy’s Communicating Without Words: Nonverbal/Body Language workshop creates hyper awareness of visual communications. Two audiences benefit from this knowledge: Corporates and Presenters. Corporates need to become more aware of nonverbal tendencies. Presenters need to realize the importance of communicating verbally.

Kristan Getsy says, “This workshop really should be a required training for all corporate employees to be more aware of how nonverbal communication works, and can impact their work profile.”

Presenters can benefit from implementing a conscious awareness of nonverbal communication through:

  • Reading their audience
  • Awareness of their own nonverbal cues
  • Consciousness of verbal and nonverbal congruency

Corporates can benefit from implementing a conscious awareness of nonverbal communication within their organizations through:

  • Onboarding new employees
  • Fostering greater bonding within teams
  • Nurturing leadership traits in managers
  • Bridging communication gaps within hierarchies
  • Increasing profitability of client facing teams
  • Enriching rapport with teams and stakeholders
  • Accelerating efficiency of people managers to understand issues at work
  • Deciphering the untold during high stake situations

Presenters can benefit from implementing a conscious awareness of nonverbal communication through:

  • Reading their audience
  • Awareness of their own nonverbal cues
  • Consciousness of verbal and nonverbal congruency

Who should attend?

Anyone who struggles with understanding others, especially those lacking in emotional intelligence acumen; Presenters, Client-facing staff

How long?

1-day workshop

Related Courses:

Rooting and Routing through Crucial Conversations
Effective Communication: Working with Others