Body Language for Business People
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- Certificate on Completion
- Access on Android and iOS App
Imagine that every time you attend a business meeting or event or give a business presentation or media interview, you appear supremely confident, relaxed and authoritative. Every movement your body makes conveys the message you want it to. Imagine never having to wonder what to do with your hands or how to stand or move when you are in a business setting.
You can be a master of your own body language. Today.
In this course you will learn what to do with your hands, body and face so that you will look confident and relaxed in front of business colleagues and groups. You won't have to wonder if you look nervous, scared or unprofessional any longer. Even if you are scared, you will learn how to look completely relaxed in front of any speaking audience or meeting with clients.
Why go through one more meeting or presentation worried that you don't look or sound your best? Sign up for this course today.
TJ Walker is a body language/presentation skills coach to CEOs, Presidents of countries and Prime Ministers.
Who is the target audience?
- Business executives
- C-level executives
- Those who aspire to the C-Level
- This course is NOT for single people looking to help their dating life!
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- Use comfortable and confident body language in every business situation
- Look relaxed and at ease in meetings, presentations and media interviews
- Move, gesture and stand with poise and confidence in every business situation
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