Digital Body Language Signals You May be Sending Even if You Don’t Intend To

Our digital body language is made up of the cues and signals that contextualize our digital conversations. Let’s look at some specific examples.

In traditional office settings, we show that we are actively listening by nodding our heads, making eye contact, tilting our heads to one side, and so on. In a digital world, those cues are…

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Erica Dhawan

Erica Dhawan

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Keynote Speaker on 21st Century Teamwork and Innovation. Author, GET BIG THINGS DONE and DIGITAL BODY LANGUAGE (ORDER HERE: http://bit.ly/3avbJkg)