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Unconsciously rocking back and forth while you speak is an annoying habit that can easily be broken. If you see in a video of yourself that you re a dancer, simply stand on a newspaper when you rehearse. Every time you shift your weight, the paper will rustle. When you become aware of your movements, you can choose which ones to keep and which to eliminate.
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Posture counts! Whether you re sitting or standing, keep your back straight and your shoulders back. Simply making this one change makes you look and sound more con dent. Slouching implies apathy or fear, whether you sit or stand.
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Watch what other people do with their hands as they speak either formally in a presentation or informally in conversation. You ll notice habits of touching the face, brushing hair back, scratching any one spot repeatedly, and other annoying, unnecessary movements. Anytime someone repeats a mannerism over and over, it s easy to get distracted by watching the movements and forget to listen to the words. Some people tap their ngers, click a pen, or shuf e papers just to have something to do with their hands. To become aware of your own hands, watch a video of yourself, or have a colleague give you feedback. Then practice keeping them still except to gesture.
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CHAPTER 13 Nonverbal Communication 10. GENERAL BAD MANNERS
The category of bad manners can encompass a variety of behaviors, such as looking everywhere except at the person you re talking with, or interrupting others without listening to what they have to say. If you have a habit of consistently arriving late, using crude language, or rubbing your ear, improve those habits before your presentation. Be especially conscious of using time well. It is rude and inconsiderate to take more time for your presentation than you have been allotted. Begin and end on time. Here s a tip on getting feedback. Because we are often the last to know of our own bad habits, try to think of times that friends or family have subtly suggested you improve something about yourself or gently teased you about one of your traits. Usually these people want to help you. If you ve gotten feedback on the same thing more than once, it s probably real. If only one person has told you about a problem and it just doesn t seem to t your pattern, the feedback may say more about the other person than you! Weigh comments carefully, and consider the source.
A Final Word on Nonverbal Communication
Even the best nonverbal skills can t make a bad presentation good. But bad verbal skills can ruin your great content. As an executive speech coach, if I had the opportunity to improve just one area for a client, I would choose nonverbal mannerisms. Improve the way you look and sound when you say the words you ve prepared, and you ll give a better presentation.
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Authenticity Is Essential: Be the Power of You by Susan Waldman When presented with what, for most of us, is the daunting task of speaking before a large audience or group of peers, it s tempting to conjure up the persona of someone whose presentation style has impressed you in the past. Maybe if you can somehow channel his or her charisma, style, or presence, your audience will be moved, your presentation a success, and your impression long lasting.
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