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Leadership in Action: Sending Signals: Nonverbal Communication Can Speak Volumes by Karl W. Kuhnert, William A. Gentry

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It is important for leaders not only to send nonverbal signals correctly but also to receive and correctly interpret the nonverbal communications of others. By becoming aware of nonverbal signals, leaders become better communicators and have better interactions when dealing with and leading others.

It is important for leaders not only to send nonverbal signals correctly but also to receive and correctly interpret the nonverbal communications of others.

Researchers Stephen Nowicki Jr. and Marshall Duke, professors of psychology at Emory University, have described the following six channels of nonverbal communication.

Rhythm and Use of Time

Have you ever noticed that some people walk faster or slower than you do? Some people always ...

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