Nonverbal Communication and Body Language Training Courses

Nonverbal and body language training courses


First impressions count for so much in business. That’s why you need to understand the principles of body language and nonverbal communication, so potential clients and business partners immediately identify you as the kind of serious business person they want to work with. The things you’ll learn will have a positive impact on every aspect of your business life; from networking meetings to sales and presentations.

With delivery options including: open courses for individuals or tailored in-house courses for businesses with specific needs, you can select the solution for your need.

Whether you are wishing to up-skill a large number of people or seeking 1:1 coaching, this interactive & informative training workshop de-mystifies this vital business and management skill through explanation & demonstration and lots of practical examples & exercises to bring the skills to life…

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  • Learn to understand other peoples non-verbal signals.
  • Learn to interpret clusters of body language.
  • Understand how to deal with handshakes & make the right first impression.
  • Useful observations to be aware of & identify common gestures.
  • Know when a decision making gesture or barrier is being used
  • Recognise when someone is evaluating a proposal or lying!


Research & History of Non-verbal communication:

  • Charles Darwin – The Expressions of Emotions in Man & Animals (1872)
  • Dr. Albert Mehrabian – Communication = 7% Words; 38% Tone; 55% Non-verbal (1950’s)
  • Desmond Morris – Multiple studies & publications on non-verbal communication (1960’s)
  • Harvard University – Accuracy of interpretation of body language (1990’s)
  • Allan & Barbara Pease – Multiple studies & publications on body language (2000’s)

Comments from past delegates:

“I learned a lot about body language and gained confidence in the process.”

“I discovered lots of practical ways to apply the techniques – and the course was great for practicing the skills.