Nonverbal communication is a silent infiltrator, having broad impact on our social environment. This gives us a mode to send the message without the use of verbal language. (Dunn 1999) There are many types of nonverbal communication that can be used to contradict the verbal messages, such as facial expressions, eye contact, gestures and appearance. Observation and identification of behavior in verbal and nonverbal interactions of others can enhance the human ability to communicate more effectively (Bull, 1987). Understanding non-verbal cues
Among the many factors contributing to non-verbal communication, sending and receiving ability and accuracy. Non-verbal signals, can sometimes provide the clarity or contradiction for a message being sent. Nonverbal communication is widely used, but not always recognized. It is assumed that more than 90% of non-verbal communication, and there are a number of studies that delve into the role of emotions in communication (Josephine, Thoreau, 2002). Difference in the tone of voice that those expressions of the smell. This form of nonverbal communication is often influenced by those cultures. With these various factors, many of the acts of non-verbal communication create different meanings among different cultures and may be gender sensitive. We see in the business, as well as day to day life, like body language plays an important role in communication. Frown or smile in a certain situation may have completely different meanings; however, some values are shared across many cultural boundaries. Using your hands in the business and one sends signals are often crucial for success.
In determining the various signals exhibited must be remembered that all the signals are not always literally, but having an idea to interpret the various signals sent to a large extent help in communicating with strangers (Bull, 1987).
Using positive clues
Many of the different signals given by another person in business and everyday life can help in understanding a non-verbal messages that are sent. Understanding of these signals is critical to their success in life. Knowing that she is non-verbal communication is crucial for understanding and communicating with different people and cultures. Just as sometimes verbally, many operators can be twisted and construed to manipulate the other answer, where they feel that they should be. Typically, non-verbal communication can help to get an idea about the person they talked to(Ewles, Simnett, 1999). There are many ways people can give positive signals, such as (Josephine, Thoreau, 2002):
Often complement verbal communication, but also contradict each other. For example: nod reinforces the positive messages (among Americans); "wink" may conflict with said positive signal.
Western cultures - see direct eye to eye contact as positive (advise children to watch the man in the eye). But in the United States, African-Americans use more eye contact when talking and less when listening with the opposite applies to the Anglo Americans.
posture says a lot about the degree of individual attention and participation, the difference in status between communicators, as well as the level of affection for another ...