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Learn about the role of non-verbal cues in communication and types like body language. Find help to work on improving your verbal and nonverbal communication skills, tips and research articles


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Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers: The POWER of verbal and non-verbal communication skills in achieving SUCCESS in private life and the workplace


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If there were ever numbers associated with body language and nonverbal communication, 55, 38, and 7 would be it. People often refer to these numbers as the standard for understanding nonverbal communication and expressing its importance- specifically over the words being spoken.


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Why is Verbal Communication Important? We use verbal communication to inform, whether it is to inform others of our needs or to impart knowledge.


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Struggling with your kids listening or arguing? Got children that refuse to do necessary things? Learn quick and positive techniques for effective communication with your children.


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Success in Job Interviews. Proper nonverbal communication can be as effective as giving all the right verbal answers in a job interview. However, poor nonverbal communication can hinder an interviewee's success in a job interview.


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Why nonverbal communication is important. Positive nonverbal communication can improve your relationship with your child and boost emotional connections in your family. Most children love being hugged and kissed, for example.


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Effective Communication Improving Communication Skills in Your Work and Personal Relationships. Effective communication sounds like it should be instinctive.


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What if everyone but you understood why people acted the way they do? What if everyone had a silent language that you just couldn't understand? The truth is,...


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Verbal aggressiveness in communication has been studied to examine the underlying message of aggressive behavior and to gain control over occurrences. Infante and Wigley (1986) defined verbal aggressiveness as "a personality trait that predisposes persons to attack the self-concepts of other people instead of, or in addition to, their positions ...