Non-Verbal Communication: Victim Blaming
When does Non-Verbal Communication take precedence over the words coming out of someone's mouth?
I have long said that there is nothing worse than a roomful of insurance agents, particularly Medicare agents, with Medicare PART A, Medicare PART B, Medicare PART D, part, part, parting all over each other.
That is one thing I won't miss about Open Enrollment this year.
What I have found is that 9 times out of 10, it is the VICTIM of a Passive-Aggressive Non-Verbal Attack that gets blamed.
In the not too distance past, I recently was Non-Verbally Attacked by a young woman who brought a Bottle of Water to a meeting I was attending. She sat there DRINKING HER WATER & glaring at me.
It was once again sadly stunning, but not surprising that SHE would BLAME ME for all of HER DRINKING.
PEOPLE have learned to Communicate Non-Verbally. They need to learn how to STOP it.
THAT is the entire point of "Yes, I'd Like to Thank the Academy: How to Tame the Red Carpet in YOUR Office."