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The tone (pitch or quality), volume (loudness), and rate (speed) we use to speak all contribute to communication. Many vocal factors affect how we communicate. (For more information, see 12, Keep the Audience Interested by Using Your Voice. )
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Practice your nonverbal mannerisms as well as your words. Much of your credibility depends on how you sound and how you look.
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The difference between standing straight and slumping can change an audience s perception of you. Try this: Stand naturally in front of a mirror. Once you ve seen
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how you look, roll your shoulders back by one inch. Don t stand at attention; just move your shoulders slightly. Move back to your usual standing posture, and then straighten up and move your shoulders slightly back again. Most people say they feel and look more con dent by moving just that one little inch. Stand in the ready position, distribute your weight evenly on both feet, and hold your arms comfortably at your sides. You can send that strong message of con dence to any audience by standing tall. When you sit to present, you can send the same message by rolling your shoulders back and sitting tall. Remember that you are onstage at all times, and your audience judges you before you even speak.
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Never put your hands in both pants pockets when standing before an audience.
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The clothes and accessories we wear are another form of communicating. Your jeans can mean self-expression, conformity, or nonconformity, or they might simply be a choice for comfort. Imagine yourself walking down a dimly lighted street late on a dark night. From behind, you hear footsteps approaching. As the steps get closer, you turn to look at the stranger. He is twenty years old, wearing a stocking cap and a dark jacket and pants. His face is partially covered with a scarf. How will you react If you see someone wearing a sport coat and tie and carrying a wrapped gift, will you feel differently Most people say they feel more comfortable with the second man, even though all we know about these two characters is what they are wearing. In general, the better an individual is dressed, the more positively we judge that person. That is true up to a point. Someone very overdressed for an occasion also can arouse suspicion. A general rule of thumb is to dress just a little better than your audience in order to be perceived in the best light. Here s another tip: if you want the best service at a restaurant or expensive store, dress well. It works!
CHAPTER 13 Nonverbal Communication
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Dress to match the situation. If you are too formal, you can be perceived as intimidating. If you dress too casually, you can lose credibility.
FACIAL EXPRESSION
People who rate high in emotional intelligence are good at interpreting the meaning of facial expressions. True emotions are found in small expressions. We can easily identify the differences between a smile, a scowl, a wink, and a blank stare. Just as easily, we attach meanings to those expressions. Sometimes we re wrong in the interpretation. Expressions like a grimace, raised eyebrows, or a grin can add even more meaning. Make sure that your facial expressions correspond to your intended message. Sometimes a nervous speaker smiles without being aware of it. This can be misinterpreted when the topic is serious. Just as often, nerves keep some speakers from demonstrating any facial expression at all. An audience can t get excited about a topic that doesn t appear to excite the speaker. Do you feel that people often misread your message Do people sometimes look at you quizzically when you talk If so, maybe you re sending mixed messages with your expression. If you say, The book was really good, but you roll your eyes and speak with a sarcastic tone, the audience will believe the nonverbal behavior over the spoken words. You may not know you re doing this. When you practice with a video camera, check for appropriate facial expressions during all parts of your presentation. Ask for feedback on your facial expressions from someone your trust.
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