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Sharon Sayler spoke with Rebecca Boneschans from Divine Caroline, regarding new employees—specifically women—in the workplace and what their body language says to their bosses. Sayler shared eight tips to help you get the step up for which you’ve been working so hard.
Sharon discussed her book and the importance of good body language with the editors of the CAM Report.
Time Magazine recently featured Sheryl Sandberg, author of “Lean In,” with the headline, “Don’t Hate Her Because She’s Successful.”
“I am disappointed that she posed in a “Geez, I hope you like me” posture. The crossed ankles while standing says, ‘little girl’ and the fig-leaf pose of the hands screams, ‘I’m just like you’ or, ‘I’m harmless.’ The fig-leaf and crossed ankle position makes you look physically smaller. In body language for success, size matters,” said Sharon Sayler, author of “What Your Body Says (and how to master the message): Inspire, Influence, Build Trust, and Create Lasting Business Relationships.”
How to get what you want without saying a word – By Holland Taylor
No shocker here: Slouch your way into a room and people are going to think you’re less-than-confident (okay, Mom, you were right about the stop-slouching thing). But here’s what you probably didn’t know: Your slouching is making you feel less confident, too. [http://www.prevention.com/health/emotional-health/how-posture-and-body-language-affect-your-feelings]
Do you spend a lot of time trying to sell to others without much success? If so, you’ll probably want to look at this simple secret to look brilliant and sell just about anything to anyone. You might be saying, “Impossible… one simple secret?” So, what is that secret? Talk less… a lot less. Even […] http://www.coxblue.com/3-easy-steps-to-selling-just-about-anything-with-silence/
By Cindy Krischer Goodman
The wrong body language could derail your progress in networking and climbing the career ladder….
Whether you are big business or a one-person shop, the subconscious messages of your brand are important to your success. Strategic use of body language is vital to what you want us to believe about you and your business…
You’ve landed that job interview and have polished your resume in preparation. But what should you do once you are face to face? Use these tried-and-true tips…
If you’re sure that you’ve been saying all the right things, but you still can’t get ahead, consider what you’ve really been saying to potential employers or customers — not just verbally, but nonverbally.
There is much truth to the cliché, “it’s not what you say, but how you say it.” And that is very important in the sales profession, where not only your words, but also your actions while you say them can convince a prospect to become a client.
Do the “Ums,” “Uhs,” and “Ahs” got your tongue? It is natural to pause when you speak — it’s when you breathe. What’s not natural is to fill the silent pause with um, ah, uh, you know and other sounds.
Healthcare professionals are used to stress. Unfortunately, it’s in the not-so-fine print of the job description. So why is the holiday season different?
If you’re sure you’ve been saying all the right things but still can’t close the deal with prospects, author Sharon Sayler suggests you consider what you’ve really been saying to potential customers — not just verbally, but nonverbally.
Nine Nonverbal Dos and Don’ts to Add Authority to Your Allocution. Richard Carufel’s spotlight this week: Sharon Sayler, Group Dynamics and Behavioral Coach; Author, “What Your Body Says.”
Top 9 Do’s and Don’ts of Body Language in Business
10 Minutes to Better Business featured article in the Nashville Business Journal.
It is natural to pause when you speak – it gives you a chance to breathe. Meaningless extra syllables or words make you look less intelligent. Your message will be more effective once you eliminate them.
If you’re not winning the jobs, clients, or sales you think you deserve, you might want to take a closer look at what you’re saying – not just verbally, but nonverbally. Sharon Sayler explains that your body language is just as important as the words you use. She provides a few helpful tips to help you move (pun intended!) ahead of your competition.
It is natural to pause when you speak – it’s when you breathe. What’s not natural is to fill the silent pause with um, ah, uh, you know, and other sounds. These verbal pauses are distracting and muddle what you are trying to say. Here’s how to eliminate them…
A monthly report on the best fiction and non-fiction books. Alan Caruba is a charter member of the National Book Critics Circle and has been reviewing for more than five decades. What Your Body Says (and how to master the message), by Sharon Sayler, was featured in his November 2010 book list in the “Getting Down to Business” section.
Media Bistro article written by Kristen Fischer, featuring expert advice from Sharon Sayler and other business specialists. Fischer emphasizes that you didn’t get promoted
“By not articulating what you want and why you deserve it, it can cost you.”
Sharon Sayler shares Nine Body Language Dos and Don’ts to Help You Win in The Business World in her article featured in the 360boom: Living Better Longer. It is a portal, it is a 24/7 news channel, it is an advertising medium, but most of all it is a collection of article content of, by and for our target demographic group – ‘intelligent baby-boomers’ and those who wish they were.
Tooling and Production serves as an e-newsletter dedicated to manufacturing in the metalworking industries. It provides readers with reliable work-a-day solutions in the form of reports on leading-edge technologies, product developments, shop floor applications, and business trends, including Sharon’s recent article.
Sharon shares some exclusive advice about recruiting and hiring advice, only available through Monster.com, the premier global online employment solution for people seeking jobs and the employers who need great people.
So popular it’s been featured numerous times within months, Sharon Sayler’s article offers her expert advice and asks you to consider what you’ve really been saying to potential employers or customers – not just verbally, but nonverbally.
Investor’s Business Daily is a daily business newspaper aimed at senior executives, professionals and entrepreneurs, as well as individual and professional investors. Sonja Carberry composes a guide on earning bravos from your professional audience, featuring valuable advice from Sharon Sayler and other business experts.
As a healthcare provider, you know that a patient’s body language often tells you more than her words do about how she’s feeling. At the same time, you’re sending your patients messages with your own body language.
Excerpt from Sharon Sayler’s What Your Body Says (and how to master the message), published by Women Entrepreneur. “Proactive nonverbal gestures of expectation and inﬂuence that display your self-conﬁdence and expectation of competence in yourself and others include the following intentional body postures…”
Fox Business features a special excerpt from What Your Body Says by Sharon Sayler. “You always want to display self-conﬁdence, no matter how you are feeling inside. Don’t let them see you sweat…”
Interviews & Mentions
Practice Management Tip of the Day on Podiatry Management Online, featuring adaptation from What Your Body Says (and how to master the message), by Sharon Sayler.
Sidebar mentioning What Your Body Says (and how to master the message) was run by Processsor Magazine, a bi-weekly multimedia publication designed to connect buyers and sellers and provides the latest information about computer hardware and software.
Book Review in New Equipment Digest, a monthly industrial publication that provides the latest news and information on new or improved products, materials, components and equipment.
The Job Stalker interviews Sharon Sayler on Chicago Now. “Well, I’m glad that I pushed Sharon Sayler’s What Your Body Says (And How to Master the Message): Inspire, Influence, Build Trust, and Create Lasting Business Relationships to the top of the to-be-read pile…”
B. Tripp’s Book Review of Sharon Sayler’s What Your Body Says (and how to master the message). “Here’s one of those “surprises” that came in from the folks at Wiley. When this first came in, I was thinking ‘what am I supposed to do with that?’, but…I decided to slot it into my reading a week or so back. I was very happy that I did! …”
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