Effective communicators know the importance of utilizing non-verbal communication when delivering a message. It is a critical vehicle for capturing attention and communicating. Non-verbal communication includes eye contact, posture, gestures, voice and tone quality and helps ensure that your audience receives your message effectively.
Mastering non-verbal communication is essential not only in media interviews, crisis communication and management, but in everyday communication.
At Communiqué PR we prepare our clients for media interviews through media training, stressing the importance of body language, because what you don’t say is just as important as what you do say.
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Mastering body language as an effective communication tool can be a challenge, but to get started it is helpful to pay attention to the non-verbal cues that you pick up on from your next conversation.
Do you have an example to share about how non-verbal communication has helped you deliver a strong message or caused confusion? We would love to hear about it. Please feel free to comment below.Tags: body language, media interviews, non-verbal communication, President Obama