Status – Introduction and Examples
Today, the word Status describes seniority, age, class or ranking – as in Facebook.
Craft of Communication have returned to the original Latin meaning. For us, with our background in performance, Status refers, as in Classical Theatre, to a person’s State, Standing, Manner, Attitude and Condition – in short, their Behaviour – as it is expressed through their Body language and Voice.
To see Status in action, please view the Video on the right >
The Status Equation:
The Less Space you use, the Less Time you take, the LOWER your Status.
LOW STATUS can give the impression someone is not up to the job of leading or managing others.
The More Space you use, the More Time you take, the HIGHER your Status.
HIGH STATUS can give the reassurance that someone is capable of leading or managing others.