- Reliability and punctuality – express that you value another person’s time by making and sticking to arrangements.
- Facial expressions – smiles, frowns, raised eyebrows and twisted lips all convey messages.
- Physiological responses e.g. quickened breath, blushing, paleness etc. Again, all convey messages, although there may be aspects of these which we have less control over.
- Physical distance/closeness – attunement in body positioning: leaning forward/holding back.
- Smiling – these are positive warm messages but many people will recognise an insincere smile when they see one.
- Gazing – looking directly into the face of another person, perhaps gazing into their eyes.
- Frowning – a frown can show that someone is puzzled, anxious or displeased.
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