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Nonverbal communication is a way of speaking without saying a word. As stated in week one learning resource and objective “our body language communicate with others without saying a word” (Landin, 2016). The nonverbal form of communication in the image above is of two business men engaged in a conversation. Perhaps it is pertaining to their jobs or client information. Nevertheless, both men are engaged in a conversation that is in a professional setting because of the personal appearance, objects and artifacts found in the photo (Hahn & Paynton, 2018). I believe the men are business professionals because they are dressed in very professional suites and are neatly well groomed. It also appears they are having this conversation in an office building. I believe the conversation is friendly with some minor trust issues involved. The hand gestures and body language convey two different messages. This form of non-verbal communication is
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