Verbal Communication : Nonverbal Communication

905 WordsNov 15, 20154 Pages
Business communication is a skill not everyone has; it is however something that can be learned. Many people think of only verbal skills when working on their business communication; however some forget how nonverbal cues can affect a message. Nonverbal communication can make or break a business conversation. If a potential partner interprets nonverbal communication conveying a different message than the verbal does it can lead to complications when trying to close an opportunity. As the world has become more connected, the importance of knowing different culture’s interpretations of nonverbal cues has become more important than ever. Since 1950, the world trade has grown more than twenty-seven fold in volume terms (Expansion of International Trade section, para. 1). Technological advances have provided easier access to new markets and manpower which has changed the face of business as we know it. It is more important than ever to be aware of how nonverbal communication is received by others because nonverbal in order to be successful in business; nonverbal communication is just as important as verbal communication. The Importance of Nonverbal Communication Nonverbal communication is something that most people take for granted. There are many different ways people can agree or disagree to a statement by changing a facial expression or moving their head. Being a good communicator is not only about words; it is about how you look or move while you speak. Having an
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