Michael Grinder

Group Dynamics: 6 Ways To Tell If Your Group Is Formed or Unformed

Facilitating an unformed group means more work for the group facilitator. But, how can you quickly tell if your group is formed or unformed? It matters because if they’re already formed, you can lift that weight off your shoulders. In this video, Michael Grinder, the pioneer of nonverbal communication, offers six actionable ways to pinpoint …

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Boost Group Foundation + Dynamics To The Next Level: An Introduction

Have you noticed how people are different in a group than they are one-on-one? In this video, Michael Grinder, the pioneer of nonverbal communication, touches upon Tuckman’s stages of group development and discusses how we’ve been over-trained in one-on-one communication. However, we’re not trained in facilitating relationships between the individual and the group as a …

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5 Ways to Identify a Dysfunctional Team

Want to know what a group’s culture is like — quickly? You can learn how to identify a dysfunctional team by understanding specific group characteristics. In this video, Michael Grinder, the pioneer of nonverbal communication, touches upon the book, Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni and discusses five things to watch for when …

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How to Have a Balanced Relationship

Sure, the concept of “bringing balance” or “restoring balance” to a relationship sounds wonderful. But can a relationship ever truly be in balance — and is balance even that important? In this video, Michael Grinder, the pioneer of nonverbal communication, discusses findings from three relationship experts, John Gottman and Roger Fisher and William L. Ury, …

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5 Gender Differences In Communication – Verbal and Nonverbal Styles

You’ve heard that men and women communicate differently at home and in the workplace — but what are some specific verbal and nonverbal communication style differences? In this video, Michael Grinder, the pioneer of nonverbal communication, breaks down five ways men and women communicate differently and what’s helpful to understand. Warning — Michael knows this …

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Difficult Virtual Conversations: 5 Tips to Help Make It Easier

Having a difficult conversation can be rough — and can feel even rougher when it’s virtual. When do you make eye contact? When do you look away? And is it possible to even have a difficult conversation virtually? In this video, Michael Grinder, the pioneer of nonverbal communication, gives you five tips to make difficult …

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5 Ways to Shut Down Sexism in the Workplace

Are you in a position of authority (like a group leader or employer), and see team members exhibit sexist behavior? Here’s how to use verbal and nonverbal cues to shut it down fast. 5 Verbal and Nonverbal Ways to Shut Down Sexism in the Workplace Just want the tips? Here you go: Create a nonverbal …

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Presentation Skills Breakdown: Mark Gungor’s A Tale of Two Brains

Have you ever wondered what techniques a speaker uses to connect with their audience? In this video, Michael Grinder, the pioneer of nonverbal communication, comments on Mark Gungor’s excellent presentation and breaks down his body language and speech patterns. If you’ve ever wondered what elements make a speaker successful, you’ll want to watch this insightful …

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6 Ways to Look (and Feel) More Confident During a Presentation

How can you come across as a more confident group member? Or, if you’re leading a group and you need people to pay attention, how do you feel more confident from the stage? In this video, Michael Grinder, the pioneer of nonverbal communication, discusses six ways to look (and feel) more confident during a presentation. …

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Why Your Character Is More Important Than Charisma

Sure, a charismatic person may grab your attention. But, is it the most important thing over time? No. In this short video, Michael Grinder, the pioneer of nonverbal communication, discusses how and why a person’s character supersedes their charisma. Read the modified transcript to “Why Your Character Is More Important Than Charisma” below: This is …

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