DIGITAL BODY LANGUAGE

Understanding what we can all do to connect, collaborate, and communicate more effectively.

By 2025, 36.2 million workers will work remotely. 

OUR LATEST RESEARCH

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, body language was commonly understood as physical gestures and nonverbal ways of communicating. 

With the shift to communicating and connecting over online platforms, we all became foreigners to a new language of nonverbal communication, digital body language.

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We've done the research and want to share it with you!  Our latest whitepaper explores digital anxieties by generation, what you can do to best support your team members, and the top 5 ways to present positive communication.

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