Body language a UCLA research finding 53% of communication (Social Trends)

Image result for Body language imagesHuman behavior among the best of the person outcome in communication. Many search for words to determine how to respond and approach others rather to focus on the main factors of vibes and body language. Body language is extremely difficult to hide or impersonate in order to change perceptions.

Among the signals to look for in body language is the posture which is an indicator on how the person feel about you serious or less, important or less, and above you as a subordinate or below as a leader. Facial gesture using eye contact, blurbs or dropping jaw, smile or smurf, laughs or sadness, and the tilt of the head side ways upward and downward.

Also of course the use of arms and hands, the index forward directed toward you, and the hands in the pockets. All those and many others are body language sings are among the communication signals send to make you aware of what is meant to be by the person other than just the words spoken and how to respond properly.

In many situations confusions in reading others body language signals lead to a total disaster in communication; Called communication breakdown.

It is sometimes not an immediate alert to people behavior, but in most situation those who are well aware of body language signals have made an immediate effort to adjust and turn around the situation to a better result. Studies and research from around the nation universities have made it easier to understand the complexity of this process and made things much simple to understand on both sides of the body language process.

UCLA is one of the top universities in the nation to come out with a research finding about body language pointing out 8 most important tricks of body languge:

You already pick up on more body language cues than you’re consciously aware of. UCLA research has shown that only 7 percent of communication is based on the actual words we say. As for the rest, 38 percent comes from tone of voice and the remaining 55 percent comes from body language. Learning how to become aware of and to interpret that 55 percent can give you a leg up with other people.

When you’re working hard and doing all you can to achieve your goals, anything that can give you an edge is powerful and will streamline your path to success.

TalentSmart has tested more than a million people and found that the upper echelons of top performance are filled with people who are high in emotional intelligence (90 percent of top performers, to be exact). These people know the power that unspoken signals have in communication, and they monitor body language accordingly.



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