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Speak Up: A Guide To Getting Your Voice Heard At Work

Body Language During A Speech

Be attentive of how you sit or stand, and avoid slouching, crossing your arms or looking here and there.

Use hand gestures and project a confident, positive image. You can also try to mirror the body language of the person you are talking to, to build trust.

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