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The Nonverbal Advantage

Author: Carol Kinsey Goman
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
ISBN: 1576757749
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Shows readers how to decode the body language of others and how to use their own body language in the workplace to help build trust and credibility with customers, colleagues and clients.

Savvy Interviewing

Author: Caryl Rae Krannich
Publisher: Impact Publications
Size: 71.54 MB
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Details positive nonverbal interview behaviors, including body language, eye contact, etiquette, vocal pitch, and personal appearance

Pediatric Dentistry

Author: J. R. Pinkham
Publisher: Saunders
ISBN: 9780721682389
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This is a revised and updated A to Z guide to pediatric dentistry that defines the different management requirements of children at different stages of development. Material is presented within the context of four developmental stages : conception to age three, primary dentition years -- age three to six, transitional years from six to twelve, and adolescence. This 3rd Edition features three new sections covering dentistry for the child with special circumstances, understanding risk analysis as it effects diagnosis and treatment planning, and anticipatory guidance.

The Silent Language Of Leaders

Author: Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118028728
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A guide for using body language to lead more effectively Aspiring and seasoned leaders have been trained to manage their leadership communication in many important ways. And yet, all their efforts to communicate effectively can be derailed by even the smallest nonverbal gestures such as the way they sit in a business meeting, or stand at the podium at a speaking engagement. In The Silent Language of Leaders, Goman explains that personal space, physical gestures, posture, facial expressions, and eye contact communicate louder than words and, thus, can be used strategically to help leaders manage, motivate, lead global teams, and communicate clearly in the digital age. Draws on compelling psychological and neuroscience research to show leaders how to adjust their body language for maximum effect. Stands out as the only book to address specifically how leaders can use body language to increase their effectiveness Goman, a respected management coach, is widely considered as the expert in body language issues in the workplace The Silent Language of Leaders will show readers how to take advantage of the most underused skills in the leadership toolkit—nonverbal skills—to improve their credibility and stay ahead of the curve.

Hardball For Women

Author: Pat Heim
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698183290
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The bestselling guide fully updated for the post-Lean In era For nearly two decades, Hardball for Women has shown women how to get ahead in the business world. Whether the arena is a law firm, a medical group, a tech company, or any other work environment, Hardball for Women decodes male business culture and shows women how to break patterns of behavior that put them at a disadvantage. It explains how to get results when you “lean in” without being thrown off balance. Illustrated with real-life examples Hardball for Women teaches women how to: Successfully navigate middle management to become a leader in your field Be assertive without being obnoxious Display confidence Engage in smart self-promotion Lead both men and women—and recognize the differences between them Use “power talk” language to your advantage

Nonverbal Communication Science And Applications

Author: David Matsumoto
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412999308
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Edited by leading authorities on nonverbal behavior, this book examines state-of-the-art research and knowledge regarding nonverbal behavior and applies that scientific knowledge to a broad range of fields. It presents a true scientist-practitioner model, blending cutting-edge behavioral science with real-world practical experience. Part I provides up-to-date reviews of scientific knowledge concerning facial expressions, voice, body and gesture, cultural influences on nonverbal behavior, and deception. In Part II, experienced practitioners describe how they use nonverbal communication in their work to improve accuracy and proficiency. This book is a valuable resource for students, practitioners, and professionals to discover the science behind the practice and to see how other professionals have incorporated nonverbal communication into practice.

Text Speech And Dialogue

Author: Petr Sojka
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540230491
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This volume contains the Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Text, Speech and Dialogue, held in Brno, Czech Republic, in September 2004, under the auspices of the Masaryk University. This series of international conferences on text, speech and dialogue has come to c- stitute a major forum for presentation and discussion, not only of the latest developments in academic research in these ?elds, but also of practical and industrial applications. Uniquely, these conferences bring together researchers from a very wide area, both intellectually and geographically, including scientists working in speech technology, dialogue systems, text processing, lexicography, and other related ?elds. In recent years the conference has dev- oped into aprimary meetingplacefor speech and languagetechnologistsfrom manydifferent parts of the world and in particular it has enabled important and fruitful exchanges of ideas between Western and Eastern Europe. TSD 2004 offered a rich program of invited talks, tutorials, technical papers and poster sessions, aswellasworkshops andsystemdemonstrations. Atotalof78paperswereaccepted out of 127 submitted, contributed altogether by 190 authors from 26 countries. Our thanks as usual go to the Program Committee members and to the external reviewers for their conscientious and diligent assessment of submissions, and to the authors themselves for their high-quality contributions. We would also like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to all the members of the Organizing Committee for their tireless efforts in organizing the conference and ensuring its smooth running.

The Nonverbal Shift In Early Modern English Conversation

Author: Axel Hübler
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9789027253972
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This is the first historical investigation on the nonverbal component of conversation. In the courtly society of 16th and 17th century England, it is argued that a drift appeared toward an increased use of prosodic means of expression at the expense of gestural means. Direct evidence is provided by courtesy books and personal documents of the time, indirect evidence by developments in the English lexicon. The rationale of the argument is cognitively grounded; given the integral role of gestures in thinking-for-speaking, it rests on an isomorphism between gestural and prosodic behavior that is established semiotically and elaborated by insights from neurocognitive frequency theory and task dynamics. The proposal is rounded off by an illustration from present-day conversational data and the proof of its adaptability to current theories of language change. The cross-disciplinary approach addresses all those interested in (historical) pragmatics, cognitive linguistics, cultural semantics, semiotics, or language change.