Yes, even in this online world we still need to gesture! I’m going to share best practice when it comes to gesturing on video meetings, presentation and more. But firstly, why do we gesture? We gesture for 3 reasons.
Your most influential communicator is still your body and voice It sure is and here’s why:Communication happens over two channels, verbal andnonverbal, resulting in two distinct conversations going on at thesame time. While verbal communication is obviously important, it’snot the only message being sent. Without the ability to read bodylanguage, we miss crucial elements to […]
The eyes have itMost of us are comfortable with eye contact lasting around 3 seconds, but when we like or agree with someone, we automatically increase the amount of time we look into their eyes and, in general, people tend to look longer and with more frequency at people or objects they like.Disengagement triggers the […]
What does it take to be a good prostitute? OK, settle down, maybe I do not know (and if I did, I grew up before Facebook, so there would be no records – ha ha!). But, I am a Keynote Speaker, and presenting is all about giving to your audience, satisfying their need, pretending you […]
The shenanigans on screen between David Leyonhjelm, Sarah Hanson Young and Angela Bishop have been hideous to experience. I note that we all have freedom of speech and please be aware that my comments are not politically based (OK, rarely). My issue is with the way we, as a nation, are assaulted by appalling behavior […]