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Body Language1

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Body LanguageBody Language
 
 
 
Body LanguageBody Language
It is a broad term for forms of communicationusing body movements or gestures instead of,or in addition to, sounds, verbal language, or other forms of communication.
This includes the most subtle of movementsthat many people are not aware of, includingwinking and slight movement of the eyebrows.
 
 
It is important in one-on-onecommunications.
More important in group communications.
In group situations, often only one personat a time is speaking, while non-verbalcommunication is coming from eachindividual in the group.
The larger the group, the more impact body language may have.
The face & eyes are by far the most important features in Body Language.

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