A Research Paper By Mai Dyab
Life Coach, JORDAN
Humans and animals have used body language since prehistoric times. This was the first form of communication, many years before we started communicating verbally. Developmentally speaking, anthropologists believe that body language emerged out of the need to be able to understand and trust each other in a group. In a coaching context, noticing the client’s stance and posture can give you clues on their inner feelings. Depending on the situation, you may want to dig deeper and discover the following, if appropriate.