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6 Types of Nonverbal Communication to Look for in Your Next Meeting This is an extra resource to go along with the original article: The Role of Face-to-Face Meetings in a Digital World Tuning in to nonverbal communication comes naturally sometimes, but other times you’ll need to refine your skills in reading your nonverbal cues. As you go through this list, think of of the ways you’re sending signals to others as well as the signals others are sending without saying a word. 1.Facial expressions The messages being sent by others in their facial expressions is obvious sometimes, but can also be subtle. Try to tune in to those subtle facial movements, such as raised eyebrows and quick grimaces. You might also pay attention to the way your own face changes shape while you’re listening to others. 2.Eye Contact Eyes shifting downward, away, or up at the ceiling can be a sign of disinterestedness, discomfort, or even anger. Great eye contact, on the other hand, sends the message that the lis...