Body language every nurse should know


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In the healthcare setting, life-or-death situations can spell high-flying emotions—not just from patients, but from team members and your nurse manager.

This guide to body language will help you “read” what a person may not necessarily be telling you. For example, want to know the secrets that your manager’s body language may be telling you? The nonverbal cues of different cultures? How about 3 easy ways body language can improve your work day, every day?

And consider this: When you study the postures of others, you also become more aware of your own behaviors. That way, you can modify your own body language for better communication.

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Vlad Zachary
"America’s Professional Coach" Vlad Zachary is a leading expert in career and professional coaching with award-winning and world-recognized publications. He is the CEO of, founder of, and the author of the DVD Mastering the Job Interview and several e-books on healthcare, communications, psychology and career development.

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