Corporal Language

April 21st, 2014 by Rosemary
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Rapport serves to break the ice, that is to say to begin a communication, or with a unknown group or well-known, a single person, etc. Rapport as it breaks ice is used without queres or conscientiously by teachers and professors. This used technique of intelligent way, can have infinite applications, since we can from breaking the ice, until influencing somebody by means of this technique. If you know more Pnl, you could execute species of programs in the people under states of Rapport. Like Making the Rapport? The forms of to do rapport they are varied, but all agrees in creating a mirror at visual, auditory and kinsico level with the person or group who quiramos to establish it. In order to make the Rapport the Forms Are used Following: To copy Verbal Phrases and Structures (Forms to speak)? To copy the Corporal Language De Subtle Manera? To copy the Auditory Part: Tones, Timbres, Volumes, Times, etc.? To copy As far as possible Until the Form De Respirar.

Rapport, often also gives the name to him to acompasar, in fact is to create everything just as our receiver but to our form. We must have very in clearly, that stops to obtain the Rapport, we needed to enter the model of the psychological country of the person and to include/understand it. We enter in detail to use the techniques. As They are the Techniques De Rapport? Before beginning to detail the techniques of rapport, we must include/understand that in a communication several classes of impacts exist, but although is incredible, is very interesting to include/understand that the verbal language is not 100 effective porciente, since its impact is simply of a 7% the content of the words and a 38% the intonation, while the corporal language includes a 55% of the impact It does not seem incredible. 1) Corporal language: We must copy the corporal language of a very subtle way, if the person moves an arm, we we move braso, (Never we must be in evidence and to be clumsy), copy the position, acompasar the glances, the turns of head, the speed of the movements and all class of face and corporal gesture.

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