SpeakerByte #10: Be Expressive

Non-verbal skills like your smile, posture and eye contact are as important as the content of your message. Being “physically expressive” helps you build rapport and  connect with your   audience.

These skills can also make the difference between an attentive audience and one that’s busy texting or daydreaming while you’re speaking.

 

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One Response to SpeakerByte #10: Be Expressive

  1. Pingback: Postures and Presentations: What does yours say? | Stephanie Scotti/Professionally Speaking

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