Positive Indicators of Nonverbal Communication
The goal of non-verbal communication is to put the other person at ease while receiving the message. Non-verbally expressing an open and positive attitude leads to a supportive and collaborative atmosphere in which goals may be met. The table below describes the positive indicators of non-verbal communication during two-way communication.
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