Verbal and Nonverbal Communication: Burnishing Your Brand

Non Verbal

In the professional arena, our most powerful tools are our communication tools.

However, “professional communication” means different things to different age groups. There is a dichotomy of comfort and skill level, with many older workers more comfortable with interpersonal interactions, and younger, with virtual communication.

This module takes aim at the importance of low-tech communication – anything that does not involve an electronic device. We look at the critical skills of face-to-face communication, and how expertise in this area (or the lack thereof) impacts careers.

“Speak clearly if you speak at all; carve every word before you let it fall.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes

Participants will learn how to establish trust and professional credibility through:

  • Sending and reading nonverbal cues
  • Making eye contact
  • Addressing and overcoming communication challenges
  • Becoming a good conversationalist
  • Using words to your advantage
  • Active listening

(Two-hour seminar)

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