From Leading Blog: When we commu­ni­cate there are two conver­sa­tions going on. Verbal and nonverbal. Our brains are hard­wired to respond to nonverbal signals. Unfor­tu­nately we often don’t even know how we are reacting to them or how others are reacting to us and there­fore are unable to use them to our advan­tage. This becomes very apparent when we are reacting to nonverbal commu­ni­ca­tion from people from different cultures. Thus what might seem right in one culture may be inef­fec­tive or offen­sive in another. · Go to 5 mistakes people make when reading your body language →