Learn how our choices and use of devices and technology make an important impression before we communicate a word, and how our often unconscious behaviors can send unintended messages and create assumptions about our capabilities. How we communicate (tools, response time, format) can matter as much, or more, than what we say.
To thrive in a digital milieu, we must understand the electronic equivalent to the body language we know: signs that someone is not engaged, overwhelmed, frustrated, confused, or simply not interested or capable. Our research shows that people with good virtual work skills are exponentially more satisfied at work. Happier people are more productive. Solid digital habits give back valuable time, immeasurably compensating for any added effort.
This workshop is ideal for anyone who uses digital tools to communicate, build relationships, and accomplish work tasks, including sales, services, or other client-facing roles.
Increase the accuracy of your communications
Use habits that reflect the image you want to project
Prevent negative assumptions about you, eliminating roadblocks to achieving your success
Manage your assumptions of the habits of others
Create rules of engagement to alleviate virtual work pitfalls
Practice great work
What You Get
A pre-workshop personal assessment (per individual) with detailed results.
1:1 follow-up coaching
Electronic Body Language is a process, not just a one-time workshop:
1 – 2 weeks prior to the workshop each participant completes an online assessment and gets their results.
The workshop itself is a variable-length instructor-led training combining theory with experiential exercises.
After the workshop there are 30- and 60-day follow-up consultations with the facilitator to check in on your progress and adjust your action plans.