Author Archive: kirti kamble

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Body language introduction

Body language introduction

Body Language introduction by Simply Body Talk. Find out how understanding about body language can impact your communication in multifold ways.

Learning Sessions

Learning Sessions

A reference video for L&D heads to give an insight into the teaching methodology of our workshops and customised sessions on nonverbal communications.

Anushka and Virat’s Relationship Analysed

Anushka and Virat’s Relationship Analysed

As appeared in PinkVilla on April 6, 2016 Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli’s romantic relationship seemed dreamy and fairy-tale like, when it was ongoing. However, the two left fans heart-broken when they called off this relationship and went their separate ways. While we are left wondering what caused this lovely affair to break off abruptly, Body […]

Getting the audience to love you — lessons from Michelle Obama’s recent speech

As appeard in YourStory on 11 August 2016 First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama swept the audience off their feet during her recent speech declaring her support to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton for the upcoming elections. As the US presidential elections tumbles closer, we see more and more leaders coming forward to give […]

Snap Networking

Snap Networking

  Event objective: Borrowed from the ideas of speed networking and snap judgements, this event is sure to fire power the way you network during conferences and meetings, when you have just a few minutes to impress your counterpart. Who is this session for: People who need to attend networking events as a part of their professional life […]

Using Non-Verbal Behaviour To Bridge Communication Gap

Using Non-Verbal Behaviour To Bridge Communication Gap

As appeared in EntrepreneurIndia on May 10, 2016 Why should anyone care how their nonverbal behaviour is or want to learn what someone else is intending to say, when he has the right to communicate whatever he wants to, using words? Wouldn’t it be similar to either tweaking yourself to fool someone or peeping into […]

9 non-verbal ways to end conversations

9 non-verbal ways to end conversations

As appeared in YourStory on 14 june 2016 You can almost hear the clock ticking in the background. The deadline for your presentation is just minutes away and you are nowhere close to finishing it. The reason? A talkative colleague who loves sharing his stories with you and being in the limelight just won’t quit! […]

When Stakes Are High – For Startups And Investors

When Stakes Are High – For Startups And Investors

As appeared in EntrepreneurIndia on April 4, 2016 It was a pretty exciting day for me, being invited to be the body language consultant for an investor who was meeting the team of a startup he was seriously interested in investing into. This was a day different from other days since the stakes were high for […]

How These 7 Non-Verbal Cues Can Make Or Break Your Startup

How These 7 Non-Verbal Cues Can Make Or Break Your Startup

As appeared in Inc42 on March 3, 2017 As a startup or scaling up entrepreneur, you might be busy making your mark in your core business, which can mean that oftentimes you give other aspects a slip. You might be toiling through the night to beat your competition at being the first in product discovery […]

Modi’s nervous body language makes his speech at BRICS summit uninspiring

Modi’s nervous body language makes his speech at BRICS summit uninspiring

As appeared in FirstPost on July 18,2014 It was somewhat disconcerting to watch Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s lacklustre performance in the first speech he gave to an international audience during the recent BRICS summit. While one can understand his nervousness on the occasion, but his apparent discomfort and lack of preparedness in making a speech […]