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The Silent Language of Leaders

Body language is the management of time, space, appearance, posture, gesture, vocal prosody, touch, smell, facial expression, and eye contact. This book will show you exactly how it impacts a leader’s ability to negotiate, manage change, build trust, project charisma, and promote collaboration.

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Wiley

 


The Truth About Lies in the Workplace

You work with a bunch of liars. Learn what to do about it. This book looks at the high cost of workplace deception for individuals and organizations, why people tell lies at work, and the kinds of lies they tell. You'll learn fifty body language and verbal cues that can help you spot a liar, how to deal with liars after you've spotted them, how not to look like a liar when you're telling the truth, how our biases and assumption can play right into a liar's hands, and how to decrease deception in your team.

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The Nonverbal Advantage
Secrets and Science of Body Language at Work

"The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't said." - Peter F. Drucker.

People in professional settings are constantly telling each other exactly what they think and feel - and it often has nothing to do with the words they speak. Your boss may say that you'll be considered for a promotion, but if she's leaning back with crossed arms and a forced smile, she's sending the opposite message. The customer may say he's not interested in buying that new car, but if he keeps glancing at the contract on the table, he's telling you that he is interested. The silent signals of nonverbal communication tend to reveal underlying motives and emotions - fear, honesty, joy, indecision, frustration - and much more. The tiniest gestures, like the way your co-workers stand or enter a room, often speak volumes about their confidence, self-worth, and credibility. And the way you sit, stand, or look at others reveals more about your true intent than you may realize.

 

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Berrett-Koehler

 


Every Body's Talking: What We Say Without Words

The growing reliance on technology has reduced the youngest generation's empathy levels, which is directly tied to their ability to read and respond appropriately to body language cues. I've written a dozen leadership and business books, but Every Body's Talking (written by Donna Jackson with my assistance as co-author/technical advisor) is a body language book for children in middle school, grades 4 to 8. This book is an introduction to a crucial set of social skills that will help your child be more successful in school, on the playground, and in family situations.

This book is available at: Amazon