Improving Nonverbal Communication
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How do you know that your perception of what is being communicated is accurate? Which nonverbal cues can potentially convey a misunderstanding? An understanding? How can criminal justice professionals build strong nonverbal communication skills?
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Which nonverbal cues can potentially convey a misunderstanding? An
Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Yes, indeed, nonverbal communication is often stronger than the verbal! It's called "body language." That's one reason they tell you to smile when you answer the telephone because the person on the other end can "hear" that smile!
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Establishing and maintain eye contact. Use posture to indicate interest. Reduce or eliminate physical barriers. Improve your decoding skills. Probe for more information. And avoiding assigning nonverbal meanings out of context.
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