Body Language for Facilitators
As a facilitator, being able to read and interpret body language can help you create a positive and productive environment that fosters effective communication, collaboration, and problem-solving.
Throughout the course, you will learn about the different types of body language cues, including facial expressions, gestures, and posture, and how to interpret them in the context of facilitation. You will also learn how to use your own body language to communicate effectively and build rapport with others.
This eLearning course takes 1-2 hours to complete. The course costs £25 per learner. Prices may vary depending on your unique requirements.
- Understand the impact of body language
- Know how to create an effective meeting environment
- Have an increased level of communication
- Influence others through your own body language
- Be able to read thoughts and feelings from basic gestures
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