The Magic Behind The Nonverbal
Just like any good magician, we can learn to shape what others see. When communicating there are two conversations going on and the nonverbal components can mesmerize or destroy the show. This interactive program exposes the secrets of effective nonverbal communication and teaches you the skills to implement those tricks to improve your leadership.
What Do People See, When They See You?
Your body is always talking. Telling stories of interest, disinterest, excitement, boredom, anger, confidence and a range of emotions. Do you know how to adjust your posture to reinforce the message you want others to receive? It’s more than words, people’s “vibe” of you is often informed by your body.
What Are Others Trying to Tell You?
We all know that words don’t always match our true feelings. Body language can help us decode the message others are really trying to send. It is a useful tool for listening with our eyes, as well as our ears, in order to best understand our friends, family, coworkers, and clients.
Spellbound is ideal for anyone wanting to understand various body language situations, tendencies, and responses in order to strengthen interpersonal communication.
• Increase self-awareness of nonverbal habits
• Increase the ability to read others’ nonverbal communication
• Recognize nonverbal communication styles of men and women
Schedule: Thursday, June 7th, 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m Group Size: 15 to 25 participants
Fee: $150 per individual or $125 for Emergence Alumni or groups of 3 or more from the same organization.
Location: Innovation Connector, 1208 W White River Blvd, Muncie, IN 47303
Instructor of Communication Studies and Director of Individual Events , Ball State University
Ms. Mary Moore has been in instructor in the Department of Communication Studies at Ball State University for 15 years. As the Director of the university’s number nationally- ranked speech team, Mary teaches, coaches, and completes research in the area of public speaking and nonverbal communication. She has received numerous awards and honors for his teaching and coaching over the past fifteen years, including most recently the 2013 College of Communication & Media outstanding teacher of the year award, 2015 extraordinary service award, and the 2014 Department of Communication Studies excellence in service award.
Instructor of Communication Studies, Ball State University
Mr. Michael Storr is an instructor in the Department of Communication Studies at Ball State. He also serves as Co-Director of the public communication course required of all students. In addition to his teaching, Michael also coaches the Ball State Speech Team and has been actively involved in competitive public speaking for 20 years. In the past seven years, Mike has helped coach four different programs into the top teams recognized in college competition.