As the world slowly shifts back to normal, Jennifer Dorman, an expert sociolinguist at Babbel shares some advice on communicating in-person once again. With the radical shift of last year's global health crisis, social lives also took a turn with lock-downs in place.
Now, face-to-face meet ups are allowed and it is being noticed that communication can be a bit rusty. Dorman shares that we should be mindful of our mask, speaking more dramatically and expressively with our eyes. She also advises to tone down our body language as it has become more prominent than ever before after spending so much time communicating digitally. It is notable to maintain eye contact, ease into communication, intently listen, and to learn to keep a casual tone.
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