What a great audience I had this morning at the seminar I gave – “Don’t Lie to Me!” – The Secrets of Body Language in Networking. They were thoroughly engaged in the topic and gave me some really good questions to answer.
We covered a lot of ground, but I promised that I would provide a checklist that covers some of the material I discussed.
Use this checklist after you’ve been to a networking meeting. Think of what you observed, and write down good and bad examples of body language. The goal here is to help you improve your observation skills. Remember, observing body language is much more than looking at it – so that you can interpret context, congruence, and clusters. Send your completed checklist to me if you want some feedback.
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