Effective Non-Verbal Communication

The jury is always listening and watching us. Our non-verbal communication can enhance or destroy the story we tell the jury. Non-verbal communication includes the sound of our voice and our body language. Learn when and how to change the volume, tone and speed and to incorporate pauses when we speak. Learn how to use gestures, facial expressions and movement. The voice and the body can put the power and the truth in what we are saying much more than the words you speak. The voice and the body can also expose us when we are emotionally non congruent. Shouldn’t we learn how to non-verbally communicate what we want the jury to hear and see?

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