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Title: Body Talk PEOPLE PAMPERS AUDIENCE


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BODY TALK
Vividh Pawaskar
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POSTURES GESTURES How do you use hand gestures?
Sitting position? Stance? EYE CONTACT Hows your
Lighthouse? ORIENTATION How do you position
yourself in training hall? PROXIMITY How close do
you sit/stand to participants? LOOKS/APPEARANCE Ar
e looks/appearance/dress important? EXPRESSIONS
OF EMOTION Are you using facial expressions to
express emotion?
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LIGHTHOUSE TECHNIQUE
Sweep the audience with your eyes, staying only
2-3 seconds on each person - unless in dialogue.
This will give each participant the impression
that you are speaking to him/her personally and
ensure attention, in the same way as the
lighthouse keeps you awake by its regular
sweeping flash of light. Above all, avoid looking
at one (friendly-looking) member of the audience
or at a fixed (non-threatening) point on the wall
or floor.
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STEEPLING
HAND
CLASP Self
Confidence
Anxious/controlled
NOSE TOUCH L CHIN REST MOUTH BLOCK
Doubt Critical
Evaluation Resisting Speech
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THUMBS OUT FIG
LEAF In Charge
Self Control Dominant
Tense
TABLE LEAN Authoritative Involved
LEAN ON Unthreatened Casual Belongingness
ARMS OUT Open Sincere Conciliatory
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VOICE SKILLS
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PROJECTION Speak louder than usual throw your
voice to back of room ARTICULATION Dont swallow
words/Beware of verbal tics MODULATION Vary
tone and pitch be dramatic, confidential and/or
triumphant PRONUNCIATION Watch tonic accents
check difficult words beware of
malapropisms ENUNCIATION Over emphasize/Accentuate
syllables REPETITION Repeat key phrases with
different vocal emphasis SPEED Use delivery speed
to manipulate the audience fast delivery to
excite and stimulate slow delivery to emphasize,
awe, dramatize and control
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  • Analysis - Who are they? How many will be there?
  • Understanding - What is their knowledge of the
    subject?
  • Demographics - What is their age, gender,
    educational background?
  • Interest - Why are they there? Who asked them to
    be there?
  • Environment - Where will I stand? Can they all
    see hear me?
  • Needs - What are their needs? What are your needs
    as the speaker?
  • Customized - What specific needs do you need to
    address?
  • Expectations - What do they expect to learn or
    hear from you?

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Vividh Pawaskar9822988918 vividhpawaskar_at_gmail.co
mwww.youthempowermentsolutions.org
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