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 Naslov teme: Mind the body language
ČlanakObjavljeno: Ned Okt 17, 2010 9:31 pm 

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Noticing the signals that people send out with their body language is a very useful social skill. Some of us can read it naturally and some of us are notoriously oblivious. Fortunately, you can learn to read body language, and with enough practice it'll become second nature.

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Pay attention to how close someone is to you. The closer they are, the warmer and better their opinions are of you. The farther away that someone is, the less they actually care. Pay attention to what happens if you move slightly closer to them, do they move slightly further away? That means they don't want your interaction to be any more personal than it already is. If they don't move further away, then they are receptive. And if they respond by getting even closer to you, they probably really like you or are very comfortable around/by you.
2. Mirroring
See if they're mirroring you, that is if they are sitting or standing so that they assume your posture, as if you were mirroring. Mirroring is another common gesture. If someone mirrors, or mimics your appearance, this is a very genuine sign that they are interested in you and trying to establish rapport with you. Try changing your body position here and there. If you find that they change theirs similarly, they are mirroring

3.Be aware of nervous gestures:


If someone brushes their hair back with their fingers, this may be preening, a common gesture if the person likes you, or their thoughts about something conflict with yours.
If you see raised eyebrows during this time, you can be pretty sure that they disagree with you.

If the person wears glasses, and is constantly pushing them up onto their nose again, with a slight frown, that may also indicate they disagree with what you are saying. Look to make sure they push up their glasses with an intent, not casually adjusting them.

The frown or raised eyebrows should tip you off.

Lowered eyebrows and squinted eyes illustrate an attempt at understanding what is being said or going on. It's usually skeptical.



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 Naslov teme: Re: Mind the body language
ČlanakObjavljeno: Pon Okt 18, 2010 8:44 pm 
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The most important zone to “read” for emotions is the face. Facial expressions are perhaps the most important nonverbal way in which emotions are manifested. They communicate a mood, attitude, opinion, feeling, or other message by contracting the muscles of the face . We can express feelings of hate, fear, enjoyment, sadness and other primary human feelings to other people, without having to learn it. The understanding of emotions that are expressed via body language is probably also hereditary.

We have 80 muscles in our face that can create more than 7,000 facial expressions. The first major scientific study of facial communication was published by Charles Darwin in 1872. Darwin concluded that many expressions and their meanings are universal. There are around six main types of facial expressions that are found in all cultures:

happiness - round eyes, smiles, raised cheeks;
disgust - wrinkled nose, lowered eyelids and eyebrow, raised upper lip;
fear - around eyes, open mouth;
anger - lowered eyebrow and an intense stare;
surprise - raised eyebrow, wide open eyes, open mouth;
sadness - area around mouth and eyes

Among many facial gestures, the smile, the worldwide sign of friendliness and approval, seems to deserve a special attention. It is the simplest and most obvious language of the body. A smile shows affection and conveys politeness. It transmits happiness, warmth, liking and affiliation. It is particularly important to those who work with people to be conscious of the body language and remember to smile once in a while. This is especially true for teachers, because nonverbal messages are essential for a successful communication in the teaching process. According to studies, persuasive communicators exhibit more animated facial expressions and more gestures to emphasize their point



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 Naslov teme: Re: Mind the body language
ČlanakObjavljeno: Pon Okt 18, 2010 8:46 pm 
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Gestures



Gestures, posture and space relationship are some of the types of body language to be aware of. Gestures can be used purposefully to emphasize meaning. Fidgeting shows boredom and restlessness. Pressing fingers together to form a steeple shows interests, assertiveness and determination. Touching the nose or rubbing eyes indicates discomfort, or it may even be a signal that one's character is not being completely honest. A hand to the back of the neck may indicate withdrawal from a conversation.

Hands gestures are also very expressive. Open gestures tend to make us appear open and honest. By pointing our fingers, or moving our hands closer together, we can draw emphasis to what we are saying. Used in moderation, hand gestures can make us seem enthusiastic and committed to our topic. Making too many gestures can make us appear nervous and uncontrolled. Wringing our hands or touching our sleeves, face, etc. can make us appear tense, nervous, and sometimes dishonest.




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 Naslov teme: Re: Mind the body language
ČlanakObjavljeno: Pon Okt 18, 2010 8:47 pm 
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The way we hold ourselves, our body posture , makes a big contribution to our body language and conveys our level of self-confidence. By orienting our body towards someone, we show attentiveness. By falling away from them or leaning back, we show a lack of interest and some level of reserve. When we are feeling low in confidence and want to hide away, we hunch our shoulders and keep our heads down. When we are feeling aggressive or are trying to defend our space, we puff ourselves up.

Our posture gives signals about our interest in something, our openness, our attentiveness and our mood. For instance, a lot of people feeling sad will give that information by the way they hold their shoulders. Not only do we see it in their body posture, shoulders sagging and head down, but also in the way they have very little eye-contact. They say to the world in fact that they are not interested in their environment nor the people in it. Our body posture often reflects quite well how we feel.

Another feeling we can communicate with our body posture is one of respect for someone else. Turning our body to someone when they are talking to us indicates that we are interested in hearing what they have to say. It is an act of friendliness and respect and often rewards itself when we get it back from the other person. A small effort in this way can make the difference between being accepted by others or not.




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 Naslov teme: Re: Mind the body language
ČlanakObjavljeno: Uto Okt 19, 2010 10:12 pm 
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But it is difficult if you are first time on some very important meeting with several people from their side, which are experienced, to see those details :(

But very nice stories :)




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