In face-to-face communication, body language accounts for more than two thirds of the impact of your message.
It is always more emotionally revealing and more emotionally accurate than what you say. One researcher claimed that in making a first impression, nonverbal communication is ten times more powerful than what you say!
In this session you will learn ways to enhance your own body language as well as how to understand the hidden messages sent by others. Special attention is given to how gender differences account for some forms of misunderstanding.
Registration is FREE and space is limited; please register early to secure your spot!
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We examine three key points:
- The Power of First Impressions
- Projecting Greater Personal Power
- Establishing Rapport
Bill Acheson is an expert in nonverbal communication. As a faculty member of the Department of Communication at the University of Pittsburgh for over 20 years and as a professional speaker since 1994, Bill has spoken to thousands of people across the United States about how to use body language to communicate more effectively.
From the classroom to the courtroom to the conference room, Bill has worked with professionals who want to improve their bottom-line performance.
Find out what employees from American Century, Bank of America, Ernst & Young, Glaxo SmithKline, Ivy Funds, Jackson National, John Hancock, Legg Mason, Merrill Lynch, Met Life, MorganStanley SmithBarney, Nationwide, SunTrust, Transamerica, Wells Fargo, the United States Coast Guard, and the U.S. Army have already discovered.