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Shillaw Body Language Training

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"What happened on the body language training was a game changer for me and I feel privileged to be one of the first people anywhere to have these techniques in my locker." - Craig Godfrey, Coach, Edinburgh

After completing this course, you will be able to quickly read people, recognise whether someone's actions match their words, and know how to alter your communication to motivate people to take action.

This session covers how to read goal-directed body language including whether people are in agreement, motivated, likely to do what they say and spot if something is holding them back. Furthermore, you will learn how to create deeper rapport and alter your communication to get people interested, in agreement and ready to take action.

Through examples, demonstrations, practical exercises and discussions, participants will learn the world's first goal-directed body language negotiation model directly from its developer.

Called the Shillaw DAIMON Method, it was developed after careful observation of the body language behind successful negotiations and therapeutic interventions, along with several major new body language discoveries.

Ideal for business people, coaches, and anyone who wants to read whether people are likely to do what they say and motivate people to take action, DAIMON is an easy to remeber acroym for the body language of:

The Shillaw DAIMON Method

  • Deciding
  • Agreement
  • Interest
  • Motivation
  • Outcome
  • Negation

Testimonials

"What surprised me the most after Thom's body language course was the power and ease of the approach, and how the related modern material has just completely overlooked it. This knowledge in therapy, as well as in everyday life, is priceless!" - William Godtleibsen, Coach, Norway

"I got a feeling that I was experiencing something pretty special on Thom's latest course on body language. Not only did I learn to interpret patterns of non verbal communication I now have a new appreciation for how it connects with verbal conversation. This was a powerful learning in itself enhanced further through the role playing and interaction. What happened on the body language training was a game changer for me and I feel privileged to be one of the first people anywhere to have these techniques in my locker.

Having studied with Thom over the years the reason I keep going back is for the authentic learning experience. Thom has created a system that is a quantum leap in the field of personal communication and the course is wonderfully delivered." - Craig Godfrey, Coach, Edinburgh

"As a coach and personal change practitioner I found Thom's course to be so unique, enlightening and transformational enabling me to greatly enhance and fast track the change work results I can achieve with my clients. The very first time I applied these practical learning's with a client I achieved 3 areas of deep and effective change in the first session. How do I know this? I asked them how they felt now about the issue and they gave an ever so subtle double shoulder shrug, a laugh and said 'it seems ridiculous now when I think about it'. I could see the deep relaxed breadths and asked how they felt, they replied, 'it might sound weird, but, I feel lighter, yeah lighter. It's the only way I can describe it'. What can I say? Great job. Your course and tutelage has allowed me to evolve my practice to the next level. Thank you, Thom, can't wait to take this to the next level." - Maya Irwin

In The Press

Why do celebritie do the duck face?

Moments after the break-up was made public the X Factor judge posted a defiant selfie on Instagram.

In it, Cheryl struck a pose often seen on social media – an exaggerated pout.

The expression, also unflatteringly known as duck-face, is increasingly popular among celebrities taking self-portait shots.

We asked Thom Shillaw, an Edinburgh-based body language expert to explain the phenomenon.

“There are two significant parts to Cheryl’s gesture,” he explained.

“The first is the pout, which is presenting the lips to be kissed. For most of us it will trigger a memory of kissing, and whatever that led to.

“The second is the expression of happiness which can be seen from her upturned lips at the corners.

“What’s being communicated is ‘Kiss me – it will make you happy’ or ‘I’m happy, kiss me’.

“Generally, when a person posts a photo to social media they are communicating, ‘I want some attention’ and replies from fans will make them feel more wanted.
“In other words, celebrities use these poses to get a ‘hit’ of adoration.”


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