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Behaviours, emotions, and thoughts can be sent both consciously and unconsciously, displayed through; Gestures, Illustrators, Manipulators, Facial expressions, Eye movement, Posture, Tension, Touch and Proxemics.

Nonverbal communication and facial expressions can also reveal a person’s true thoughts, feelings, and intentions. For this reason, nonverbal behaviours are sometimes referred to as tells (they tell us about the person’s true state of mind). Because people are not always aware, they are communicating nonverbally, body language is often more honest than an individual’s verbal pronouncements, which are consciously crafted to accomplish the speaker’s objectives.

What's a gesture or tell?

Head Nod - Gestures - Body Language

Gestures and tells are conscious or unconscious movements with our, hands, head, arms or legs which can have specific meanings to replace speech or to help emphasize it.

Gestures differ greatly, cultures and countries can have gestures that do not cross over, and even social groups can have their own signals or meanings for gestures, such as scuba divers and airport marshals.

What's an illustrator?

Illustrators are those gestures that we use to reinforce what we’re saying. An example could be the use of batons. If you are making a number of points in a discussion, or as we tend to see with politicians we make a pointing gesture that comes down at the same time as you say “Point one…point two…”, using the illustrator to reinforce and hammer those points. Illustrators are not always done with just the hands. We can show emphasis through the raising of our eyebrows. Sometimes we may highlight some of the words being said by using our brows or

What's a manipulator?

Fidgeting - Manipulators - Body Language

Manipulators are body language characterised by fidgety gestures, such as tapping feet, clicking pens, biting nails etc. most are related to rubbing, scratching, picking and grooming motions. These can all show signs of low-level anxiety or stress. For reading body language the interesting use for manipulators is if we see dramatic increases or decreases in manipulation. If we are asking a question and then, all of a sudden, the manipulator’s increase this could be a sign of stress and the topic can be explored further.



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Participants on Jasper's keynote speaking's or workshops will learn how to:

  • Analyse the reliable research to recognize emotions and truth/lies in others.
  • See the difference between micro, macro and subtle expressions.
  • Read seven universal emotions on the face.
  • Recognize and identify micro facial expressions (MFEs) at less than 1/25th of a second.
  • Analyse non-verbal messages.
  • Overcome personal barriers and reduce conflict, even with the toughest customers and stakeholders, and increase profits.
  • Match your body language (i.e. posture, gestures, body rhythm) to enhance rapport.
  • Hear the vocal variance or see the micro expression fluctuation that happens during 95% of all lies.
  • Identify the most common temperamental and emotional responses of chronic liars and manipulators.
  • Maximize your pitch and tone every time you speak increase your ability to motivate and persuade others with your voice.
  • Analyse baseline and practice decoding the “Hot Spots.”
  • Decode to what it means when someone moves their eyes up to the right or left, or towards their ears or their heart.
  • Change your body language to get people to do what you want them to do, not what you don’t want them to do.
  • Spot deception in all media—phone calls, emails, Facebook posts, hand-written notes, and even drawings.
  •  Use subtle, effective techniques employed in police stations, federal agencies, and espionage operations around the world.
  • Decipher non-verbal language clearly and accurately, without giving the other person a clue what you’re doing.
  • Start relationships on the right foot and avoid wasted months of worry, confusion, and pain.
  • The difference between micro, macro and subtle expressions.
  • The psychology behind the 6 universal Principles of Persuasion.
  • How to significantly increase the chances that someone will be persuaded by your request.
  • The ability to influence and persuade others in an entirely ethical way.
  • How to analyse persuasive behaviour.

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Why are facial expressions useful?

The ability to read and understand the facial expression of the person you are communicating with provides you with a deeper level of understanding of their point of view and internal state. If used in a constructive way can lead to effective communication, increased likeness, higher emotional intelligence, and better rapport to name just a few benefits.

If you notice an expression of sadness (e.g. lip corners pulled down and middle of eyebrows raised) on your co-workers face you then have to consider why that has been displayed, is it due to something you have just said or because they have something else on their mind? In this example, this is where gentle questioning could help you understand and then offer help if appropriate. 
Being able to offer help, assistance or show understanding to another person when they have not said anything shows a level of awareness and empathy that others will remember you for.

Alternatively, you can use recognition of facial expressions to give you the upper hand. When negotiating for a business deal or purchasing a new car you can gauge the reactions of the other person from their facial expressions.



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