Even though we hardly take the time to think about it, non-verbal communication is undeniably important. Research shows that just 35% of each conversation consists of verbal communication and that 65% is considered non-verbal communication. During conversations, body language can reveal valuable information about internal moods, emotions and thoughts, without any of it ever having been spoken out loud. In face-to-face meetings, but certainly also in brainstorming sessions or meetings with colleagues across different locations, this can be vitally important. Video has already proven its value in co-worker collaboration at many companies. One shining example is Onegini, a company that has been a satisfied Kinly client for years.
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