Verbal communication conveys the most information about ourselves and others. It is the most influential and important aspect of our behavior when communicating. This relevance has led us to create the PDF collection of body language books that delves into the messages that our body expresses to the world.
A gesture worth a thousand words is a true statement, according to several studies in the area. The paraverbal aspects (gestures, tone of voice, posture, among others) have more forcefulness than the linguistic ones. That is why we understand your interest in our selection of books on body language.
It has been proven that the most successful people in their careers are those who are highly aware of their body language and that of others. This is key, because the body says much more than our words. In fact, several researches have shown that only 30% of communication is determined by the verbal, the rest (70%) is what we communicate with non-verbal aspects.
The way we move, our posture, our proxemics (how we use space) speaks of our character traits, our mood at that moment and also some aspects of our culture. In the workplace, for example, this is very important, especially when hiring new staff. Body language is very much taken into account when evaluating a job candidate.
In everyday life, body language also helps us to understand ourselves and to examine other people’s behavior, to find out whether they are trustworthy or not, for example. This is valuable information that we should all be aware of.
Learn more about everything related to this topic by exploring the more than 20 body language books in PDF format that we have available for you in this section.
Here we present our complete selection of Body Language books:
10) Body Language as a Teaching Resourse in the Efl Classroom
Gabriela Lopez, Jorge Verdugo
11) Learn to Decode Nonverbal Cues to Increase your Bottom Line and Influence
Saleema Vellani, Stella Damasus & Grant Erhuanga
12) Picture Power: Gender Versus Body Language in Perceived Status
April Bailey, Spencer Kelly
16) Language learning beyond words: Incorporating body language into classroom activities
22) Nonverbal Communication (Article)
Jennifer Boyenga and Indian Hills Community College
Here ends our selection of free Body Language books in PDF format. We hope you liked it and already have your next book!
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