Posts Tagged ‘Body Language Expert’

Presidential Debates – 2012 Body Language

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

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What were some of the body language signs and tells from the 2012 final Presidential Debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney?

Watch as Anne Warfield shares her unique body language insights.

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Anne Warfield is CEO of Impression Management Professionals in Minneapolis, MN.
IMP is a provider of strategic presentation skills training focused on the Outcome Thinking Methodology, helping leaders gain executive presence.

Body Language Insights – Joe Biden and Paul Ryan Vice Presidential Debate – 2012

Friday, October 19th, 2012

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Watch in as body Language expert, Anne Warfield shares her insights regarding the Vice Presidential Debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan.

What is being seen but not said.

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Anne Warfield is CEO of Impression Management Professionals in Minneapolis, MN.
IMP is a provider of strategic presentation skills training focused on the Outcome Thinking Methodology, helping leaders gain executive presence.

What Romney and Obama’s Body Language Says…

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

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Anne Warfield shares what Romney and Obama’s body language says during the Presidential Debates on October 16, 2012.

Anne Warfield is a body language expert located in Minneapolis, MN.  She is CEO of Impression Management Professionals a strategic presentation skills training company helping leaders manage their message using Outcome Thinking.

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Press Release – Anne Warfield Interview

Friday, October 12th, 2012

Anne Warfield, a strategic communication expert, to appear on Fox 9 TV, Friday October 12 at Nine PM CST.

Tune in to find out what the body language of the candidates during the debates really tells about their message!

Your Body Speaks Volumes, But Do You Know What it is Saying?

Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

Just the other day a sales person told me she would do whatever it took to make me happy and that really ticked me off! Why would that be? Shouldn’t I be thrilled that she was offering to do whatever it took to make me happy? No, because the words didn’t match her body language. As she was telling me she would do whatever it took to make me happy, she had her hands on her hips, her legs spread apart and was looking down at me. It really came off as, “you really are being a pain lady so what does it take to get rid of you?” This salesperson will probably not realize why she lost a customer. Always remember that a person will listen more to your body language than to your words spoken!

You see, over 65%-90% of every conversation is interpreted through body language. We react more to what we think a person meant than to the words that are said. So you need to think about whether your body language matches the words you are saying. If a person tells you “you are doing a great job” with a big smile on their face and a relaxed body, you will probably believe them. On the other hand if a person says “you are doing a great job” and their teeth are gritted, they have a half smile and a stiff body , you will be confused as to what they really meant after they walk away. Most likely you will feel that you are actually not working up to par, but you will not be sure why.

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