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5 Types of Leadership Communication

In a previous blog post I highlighted 7 Levels of Leadership Communication. In this post I will highlight 5 Types of Leadership Communication.

As leaders, communication is a central skill for accomplishing the goals and outcomes our organizations desire. 889 more words


Animate, Don't Alienate

The eyes and face of a speaker convey mood, emotions, and character. Both interpersonal conversation and public speaking use eye contact and facial expression to amplify meaning and clarify feelings. 874 more words


The Language of Life Part 1 of 5

Part 1 of 5 on a series called “The Language of Life”. This series explores reality, and more specifically biology, as an engine of communication. Based on the communication made through the cosmos, it explores what it says about who we are, how we can understand and apply this information to find fulfillment and where we might be going in the future.


Non-verbals and Hellboy and Dong

July 19, 2014

I was up all day and night watching Hellboy and Sandra Bullock movies while trying to find a typhoon website accurate enough to let me know if I should sleep in the shower.  976 more words

Facial expressions. Smile

Communication itself, as I mentioned in the previous article, is complex. Despite our desires during the communication we send information to the interlocutor by verbal and non-verbal ways.  666 more words

Facial Expressions

The Importance of Nonverbal Communication


How do you work to grow your nonverbal communication skills?


teachingpublicspeaking reblogged this on teachingpublicspeaking and commented:

A well-researched series of slides about nonverbal communication shared by Alex Rister at Creating Communication. These could be used in class or made available to your students online.

Capturing nonverbal cues in writing

Lately I’ve been thinking about the power of nonverbal communication. You’ve probably heard about the influence non-verbal cues have on our first impressions of people, as well as our day-to-day communication. 494 more words