Michael Grinder, author of The Elusive Obvious, reveals people as they share themselves with the world nonverbally. If you've ever wished you could "read the cues" better and know what to say, don't miss this program.
At the heart of all communication models are 21 universal nonverbals, no matter how different they may appear on the surface. Non-verbal behaviors make up 90% of all communication, forming the foundation of influence and success through communication. Trainers, manager, students, teachers, coaches, and therapists will do a better job by understanding visual, auditory, kinesthetic and breathing patterns of the people with whom they interact.
Our Guest: Michael Grinder is a renowned expert in the power of influence, who has developed a unique, new system of influence through non-verbal communication. You can use his approach immediately to improve all your professional and personal communications. Michael has spent his life studying, dissecting and teaching the structure that defines the universal patterns that underlie all communication. After years of experience as educator on 3 levels, Michael now speaks to conferences and conducts training seminars across the globe on the art & science of non-verbal communication, charismatic leadership, relationship building, group dynamics, learning styles and presentation skills. His observational research has convinced him that people are in love with the influence of power when they need to be in love with the power of influence. Author of 13 Books, Michael Grinder is the pioneer in teaching others how to perceive non-verbal communication in a variety of settings. He was personally trained by two well-known experts in the field of communication; Carl Rogers, and Michael's brother Dr. John Grinder, co-founder of NLP. Michael is National Director of NLP in Education.