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Nonverbal Communication Definition And Activity Training Ppt

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This slide provides information regarding the definition of nonverbal communication.

Slide 2

This slide illustrates the key difference between verbal and nonverbal communication. The multiple comparison factors used to differentiate are the usage of words, ease of understanding, structure, information distortion, feedback, documentary evidence, and physical presence.

Slide 3

This slide showcases the activity for nonverbal training. It also contains the questions to ask in nonverbal communication training session.

Slide 4

Instructor’s Notes:

  • Ask trainees to answer the questions in each section as per their comfort level
  • Guide them to answer the questions honestly without overthinking as there are no right or wrong answers
  • Once answered, ask them to calculate the score
  • If any question does not apply to them, ask them to mark it as N/A

Slide 5

Instructor’s Notes:

  • Ask training attendees to answer the questions in each section as per their comfort level
  • Guide them to answer the questions honestly without overthinking as there are no right or wrong answers
  • Once answered, ask them to calculate the score
  • If any question does not apply to them, ask them to mark it as N/A

Slide 6

Instructor’s Notes:

  • Ask training attendees to answer the questions in each section as per their comfort level
  • Guide them to answer the questions honestly without overthinking as there are no right or wrong answers
  • Once answered, ask them to calculate the score
  • If any question does not apply to them, ask them to mark it as N/A

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