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Status, Staging and body language

Learning Objectives

  • Behaviour in space (proxemics)

  • non-verbal communication

  • Dealing with power relations

  • Congruent communication

Target Audience

  • Individuals​

  • Managers in organizations

  • Teams in organizations


  1. Body language, facial expressions and gestures

  2. Overcoming stress factors and power relations

  3. Analyse your own charisma and mode of action

  4. Recognize obvious and invisible status structures

  5. Situational Practice

  6. Targeted interactions and feedback

  7. Dealing with external factors 

  8.  perception training

  9. sovereignty

When people come together, a status check or status comparison takes place. When people board the bus, when they enter the waiting room at the doctor's, and when they talk to the employee.

The differences are often very small and can only be seen on close observation. Above all, however, the higher status in posture, gestures and facial expressions becomes apparent without one thinking about it - status always exists. It is impossible not to have it.

The social structure between people thus determines our communication and thus also our ability to assert ourselves.

Important is HOW someone does something and not WHAT he IS.
Through the knowledge of HOW, one can shape this structure in such a way that it supports the goal of your conversation. Those who are able to change their status have a clear advantage in communication. Status is not about right or wrong, but about cause and effect.


Closed seminar for private individuals or managers of organizations with individual time commitment



On request - depending on standardization and number of participants

Dates & Events

On request - either in Hamburg, Frankfurt, Berlin, Munich, Ankara, Izmir and Toronto we are always on the spot.

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