This post is in continuation to my earlier post on communication style.
In my last post we discuss the “auditory style” communication and “visual style” of communication. To continue the discussion today we will discuss the “Kinesthetic Style” of communication.
People having “Kinesthetic Style” of communication drive most of his senses from what they feel – either physically or mentally. The people of this category put emphasis on what they touch and how they feel about it. Their emotions play a vital role in their though process.
How do you recognize a Kinesthetic Style person?
Gesture: Person with Kinesthetic style is easily recognized as they respond positively to physical contacts. Their gestures are very drooping. They like to demonstrate.
Eye Movement: People with Kinesthetic style often look at the floor while answering a question.
Speaking Style: Speaking style of kinesthetic people is often slow. They will often pause during the conversation. Kinesthetic people use action-oriented words in their conversation such as run, jump, move, hold etc.
These people are very sensitive towards their environment. Their mood is often drive by the surrounding things such as temperature, pressure, texture etc. These people likes to talk about how they feel about a situation or thing.
How to deal with Kinesthetic Style person?
People of Kinesthetic style are very emotional so they need to be supported emotionally. These people do not take much time to decide about what they like or what they do not like?
At the end, I designed following graphs which will help to recognize the person(s) of different communication style:
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