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The Silent Language Of Leaders: How To Engage An Audience

Linda Clemons, body language expert and CEO of Sisterpreneur, says it’s a good idea to go into a meeting before it starts and start greeting people. ‘You never know who the stakeholders are,’ she says. ‘Just because someone may appear as an extrovert, and if you are an extrovert, you may prejudge and say that‘s the individual that makes decisions. But you may not know that the introvert is taking all the information in. Be careful who you ignore.’

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How To Be A Better Leader And Presenter

Communication is so much more than words, said Linda Clemons, CEO of Indianapolis-based Sisterpreneur, who has been showing people how to succeed in sales and take advantage of nonverbal communications for over 40 years.

Clemons, a body language expert trained and certified in analytics interviewing and statement analysis, has a client list that list includes Southwest Airlines, the National Urban League, Nestle, MGM, Major League Baseball, Wells Fargo and the FBI. She used her keynote presentation at the XChange+ Virtual Experience event to show how important it is to take advantage of body language to engage an audience, whether it is team members or sales prospects.

Clemons, in a conversation with Robert DeMarzo, senior vice president of event content and strategy for The Channel Company, which is also the parent company of CRN and the presenter of the XChange events, showed how to read an audience to find the key people and outlined easy ways to overcome the ever-more-common distraction of audience members with their heads down checking mobile devices.

Keeping an audience engaged in a presentation is not difficult, as Clemons showed. Here are a few easy tips.

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