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Movement and Gesture on a Video Call
Patterns of Horizontal, Plane, and Gesture benefit from adjustments that maximize screen presence when speaking on a video call.
Breath Work in a Mask
Steady diaphragmatic breath combined with the ”One Breath One Thought” pattern of speech will allow you to better manage oxygen intake and vocal production while speaking from behind a mask.
Articulation in a Mask
Simple principles of articulation can be used to dramatically improve your speech clarity while wearing a mask.
Asymmetry and Full Front
Shift weight to display Asymmetrically can be used to both soften the intensity of Full Front Line Focus, and to allow for dynamic expression within the confines of a limited field of view, such as a video call.
Full Front and Rounded Gesture
When we add Rounded Gesture to a Full Front orientation, we can make a confidence frame more approachable without releasing attention or softening presence.
Linear Gesture and Quarter Turn
Direct, Linear Gesture can be made less confrontational if delivered with the help of a torso displayed in Quarter Turn.
Plane Change in Profile
Profile can be used to soften outside impact, while using forward plane can compensate for the drop in physical amplification.