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discuss methods that you, as a professional, can use effective nonverbal communication. Provide examples of how ineffective nonverbal communication could affect working relationships within the
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First you should know how to improve your good communication as the foundation of successful relationships, both personally and professionally. But we communicate with much more than words. [ [ Second, research shows that the majority of the messages we send are nonverbal. Nonverbal communication, or body language, includes our facial expressions, gestures, eye contact, posture, and even the
tone of our voice. The ability to understand and use nonverbal communication is a powerful tool that will help you connect with others, express what you really mean, navigate challenging situations, and build better relationships at home and work. ]
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