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Mastering body language in online meetings

by: D-Eva Project

First, we ask from the learners to take the LinkedIn course “Body Language for Authentic Leadership” and the quiz of the course at the end. Then the coach shares a template on body Language in virtual meetings related to the following aspects: framing, presentation, posture, facial expressions, use of hands. The coach, who is present in most of these virtual meetings, observes the body language of the trainees and provides them with both group and individual feedback. This is repeated on a weekly basis (1 meeting per week). The feedback is registered in the web collaboration platform of the traineeship.

Summary of the activity:

Activity takes place in big group (virtual meetings)

Duration: 20 weeks (with one observation per week)

Methodology: Autonomous learning, big group discussions, group feedback, individual feedback

Digital solution developed by D-Eva project:

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    Asia Trzeciak at HvA almost 2 years ago
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    Asia Trzeciak at HvA almost 2 years ago
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