By January 27, 2017

Nonverbal Office Makeover

 

Did you know that the layout, color, size of the meeting room, style of the office table, lighting in the room, all of this can change the influence we can gain on the counterpart or our client when they visit our office premises? First impressions are formed in our minds about people we meet and greet within seconds of meeting them. Sometimes, these impressions are formed way before we even meet our counterpart. There are then, various factors which play a role in how we are analysed by our clients and business colleagues. These include

  • Attention given to the person as soon as he enters the reception area
  • Consistency of branding within the office premises
  • How you chose to arrange the staff workplace
  • Location of the meeting room and layout to reach the same
  • Layout of your office cabin
  • Options to seat the guest, depending on strategy to be discussed

These are just a few, to open your eyes to how you can put thought into your office design and use the power of nonverbal communication to the maximum.

Introducing our Nonverbal Office Makeover services wherein we will:

  • Analyse the current environment in your office
  • Assess situations and scenarios played out in your office environment
  • Consult you on how to increase your influence using the above mentioned factors
  • Assist you with design execution, if you so wish

Contact us on 022 49246843 for more details.

 

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About the Author:

Khyati Bhatt has trained for mastery in Nonverbal Communication with retired FBI special agent Joe Navarro. She founded Simply Body Talk in 2013 to help individuals and corporates fine tune their nonverbal behavior and nonverbal communication. Khyati believes in taking a scientific approach to body language. Her experience as a wealth manager, currency trader, and family entrepreneur has helped sharpen her nonverbal instincts. She is a fervent reader and has explored the work of many psychologists and anthropologists in her field of work.

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