Body language offers us an instant insight into the personality of a person.
Body Language Training Course by pd training offered in Auckland, Napier, Christchurch and other cities is an opportunity to develop understanding of body language to manage people and yourself better.
Understanding of others and oneself is important in communicating effectively and developing harmonious work relationships. This skill helps in overcoming obstacles in developing and maintaining healthy work relationships.
There are tools and techniques to help decode the various nonverbal signals we send to others. Training in body language provides skills to:
- Understand and interpret various signals
- Translate gestures into words
- Identify common body language mistakes
- Differentiate between open and closed body language
- Differentiate in body language between genders
- Understand different facial expressions
- Use body language to strengthen negotiation skills
- Understanding signals you send to others
Gaining control over your body language and understanding others’ helps in effectively using it to build better relationships, handle difficult people, promote positivity and growth, and avoid conflicts.
Types of Body Language
Different people use different body signals to consciously or sub-consciously communicate with others. Posture, facial expressions, hand movements, manner of walking, ways of greetings are some of the body signals that can reveal a lot about a person.
Body Language Training Course instructs in identifying, understanding and decoding body language. A training course in body language must include the following broad topics.
- Communicating with body language
- Facial expressions
- Body language business
- Lying and body language
- Reading body language
- Improve your body language
- Body language mistakes
- Gender differences
- Matching your words to your movements
- Nonverbal communication
Knowledge about body language can provide a deep and quick understanding of people and their behaviour. Channelising the understanding towards achieving positivity in the work environment helps in building goodwill.
Although body language comes into constant use, most of us are not aware of the many nonverbal signals others send to us. For better understanding of oneself and others, it is important to gain insight into the world of non-verbal communication. It enhances our personality and provides us the ability to understand and affect others by using both verbal and non-verbal communication.
Pdtraining delivers 1000’s of professional development courses each year in Wellington, Auckland, Napier, Christchurch, Hamilton, Dunedin and Tauranga, so you can be assured your training will be delivered by a qualified and experienced trainer.
All public Body Language Training course include am/pm tea, lunch, printed courseware and a certificate of completion. Customised courses are available upon request so please contact pdtraining on 1300 121 400 to learn more.