May 13: Body Language Mistakes To Avoid


When: Wednesday, May 13, 2015 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Where: H2M architects + engineers, 538 Broad Hollow Road, Melville, NY 11747
Fee: Member $15.00, Affiliate Member $20.00, Non-Member $25.00
To register and pay at the door, send an email to our Event Concierge, Ann Middleman, ann@admmarketing.com.

People Lie, Bodies Don’t

An understanding of basic body language cues is important to business people who need to know where others are coming from, when they are most confident and how they really feel about the topic under discussion. Body language facilitates this kind of understanding for two main reasons: first, we obtain most of our knowledge from visual stimuli, and second, the body doesn’t lie. When we misread or misinterpret body language cues it places us at a disadvantage.

Take aways:

  • how to interpret key body language indicators
  • how to manage your own body language
  • how to use this knowledge to increase your own leadership potential

Meet our Presenter:
Carol Shiro Greenwald, Ph.D.
Principal, Marketing For Professionals

Greenwald-CarolCarol S. Greenwald works with professionals and services firms to structure and implement strategically grounded marketing programs, using marketplace research, prospect targeting, positioning and image development for individuals or firms, client survey research and personal coaching for enhanced business development skills. Greenwald has directed marketing programs for well-known law firms and accounting firms. She graduated cum laude from Smith College, holds an M.A. in international relations from Hunter College, and a Ph.D. in comparative constitutional and legal systems from The Graduate Center, CUNY. She also did post-doctoral research as an Eli Lilly Fellow at Radcliffe College. She is an editor for Strategies, the Legal Marketing Association magazine and teaches for the Workshop In Business Opportunities.

To register and pay at the door, send an email to our Event Concierge, Ann Middleman, ann@admmarketing.com.

Special thanks to our generous sponsor H2M architects + engineers.

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