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Communication Skills for Success

Nonverbal Communication Skills for Instructors

Who Should Attend

Instructors, trainers, professors, teachers, and other professionals involved in teaching and training

How You Will Benefit

What You Will Learn

What Prior Attendees Said

"An eye opener / reflective approach to behaviors we take for granted"

"This is an excellent course, and changed my whole perspective and approach to teaching."

"There were subtle, but important things every instructor should know about to make teaching effective that I learned today."

"I learned a good deal of great techniques that will help both me and my students for future classes in that the learning experience for them will be better and I will be more effective."

"It will improve student interest and learning."

"I definitely think this will help me in future classes.

"It was wonderful.  It explained so many issues that happen in the classroom.  It explained why sometimes I lose my students' attention."

"This was the most useful, interactive, and enjoyable workshop I've had since I started."

"I cannot wait to take these ideas back to my classroom."

"The workshop and the instructor are both excellent."

"The handbook is useful: precise, easy to read."

"Instructor practiced what he preached."

"The instructor was really excellent."

"Essential for all teachers."

"These are skills I can apply immediately."

"It will greatly improve your efficiency in class."

"Tomorrow will be a better day for me as a teacher."

"Thoroughly enjoyed and benefited"

"Everything was beneficial"

"I want to try it all."

"It was definitely worthwhile."

"Excellent class."

"A must for everyone"

"Great workshop"


Location: Marriott Courtyard Cupertino, 10605 North Wolfe Road, Cupertino, CA 95014

Date and time: Thursday, April 23, 2015, 3-5 PM

Pricing and Registration

Price per attendee: $165 discounted early registration until September 6, $195 thereafter, REGISTER

Please register at your earliest convenience to ensure your spot. Seating is limited and is based on first come first served basis. Registrations are accepted based on space availability; paid registrants will receive priority. Cancellations received two weeks prior to the event will be subject to a $50 cancellation fee. Cancellations received less than two weeks prior to the event are non-refundable.

Studies show that an instructor's nonverbal communication behaviors have significant impact in the classroom. By applying the nonverbal communication skills of this workshop, you can improve your students' learning by about 15% and boost their motivation and attitudes by about 50%, including their participation as well as their perception of your likability, competence, character, trustworthiness, and approachability; this is based on a compilation of 80 authoritative studies. Surveys find that more than 40% of students rank rapport as one of the top qualities of excellent teaching; yet only 25% of students experience rapport with their instructors. Fortunately, research has demonstrated that nonverbal communication skills can be taught and that such training is beneficial to the instructors and their students.

This training workshop focuses on effective instructor nonverbal communication behaviors. Using the skills acquired in this workshop, you can significantly enhance your students' attitudes and learning outcomes, as well as their perceptions of you. The workshop will heighten your awareness of and intensify your mastery of effective nonverbal behaviors, including body language and voice aspects such as vocal variety, eye contact, smiling, body orientation, posture, gestures, movement, and others. The workshop is highly interactive; attendees will participate in many in-class individual and group practice exercises to master the skills.

April 23, 2015, 3-5 PM, Marriott Courtyard Cupertino, CA


Thursday, 4/23/2015,

3-5 PM, Cupertino


Thursday, April 23, 2015, 3-5 PM

Marriott Courtyard Cupertino