How to be better at non-verbal communication: - Deepstash
How to be better at non-verbal communication:

How to be better at non-verbal communication:

  • Don’t fidget! Be still, and calm
  • Use eye contact intelligently.
  • Be confident in your use of space. Don’t minimize yourself, instead relax into your space.
  • Strive to be non-reactive during stressful situations.

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Good communication skills are essential to allow others and yourself to understand information more accurately and quickly. In contrast, poor communication skills lead to frequent misunderstandings and frustration.

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