2004-08-08肢体语言解密
"The Secret Meaning of Body Language" by Prof. Ni
- hosted by Silicon Valley Women

Have you ever wondered what others are really thinking or feeling behind the words they say? For years, body language has been used by law enforcement and trial attorneys to obtain vital information.
SVWomen presents: "The Secret Meaning of Body Language". In this workshop, learn how you can recognize the "truth" behind body language.

Speaker: Preston Ni, Professor of Speech Communication Department at Foothill College

Date/Time: Sunday, Aug. 8th, 2:00pm-4:00pm

Location: Mountain View Library Community Room (on right hand side of entrance door).
585 Franklin Street
Mountain View, CA 94041
Tel: (650) 903-6337

Map: here

Fee: $2/person, free for paid SVWomen members
Registration: http://www.evite.com/svwomen@yahoo.com/20040808seminar

Topics include:
-How eyes are truly windows to recognizing a person's soul
-Five ways to see through deception
-Eight types of gestures you can use to convey power and confidence
-How a handshake can reveal a person's true intention
-Body languages, which convey rejection, disapproval, annoyance and strain
-How to access short-term memory in an instant

Preston Ni Biography:

Preston Ni is a professor, coach, trainer, and course designer in the areas of professional communication, cross-cultural understanding, and interpersonal effectiveness. Since 1990, thousands of participants have benefited from his dynamic and powerful courses. He has worked with clients ranging from Fortune 500 stalwarts Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, and Yahoo!, to individual professionals seeking to enhance their communication success.
Professor Ni holds a Master of Science Degree in Business Administration, and is full-professor of the Speech Communication Department at Foothill College in Silicon Valley, California. Recently he appeared twice on the television show "China Crosstalk", and was featured on the KTSF evening news and the Sing Tao Daily.
Professor Ni is the author of "How to Communicate Effectively and Handle Difficult People" and "With Dignity and Honor: Understanding Racism, Unlearning Racism". He is also the keynote speaker on the video program "Cross-Cultural Communication: East and West", featured on the Business and Technology Network and the National Technological University Network.
For more information on Professor Ni and his courses, workshops, and private consulting, write to pnspeaker@yahoo.com, or visit http://www.nipreston.com.








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