René Deceuninck, Master in Body Language, motivational speaker, coach and trainer, runs an exclusive international company. Since 1995, René has been delivering enriching insights and results-oriented outcomes to his clients.

René's seminars, keynotes and trainings around the world are changing businesses with amazing levels of positive increase. He shared stages with Brian Tracy, Jairek Robbins, Jack Canfield and many other influential speakers. In collaboration with Success Resources, world’s biggest event organizer for public speaking, René use to be hosting preview sessions for Anthony Robbins' UPW Event.

His clients are empowered with their new skills to read thoughts before one word is spoken, in meetings, in sales, and in everyday situations. As a result of this competitive edge, they optimize their performance, both personal & professional.


There are different types of communication and there are several types of Body Language. What they all have in common, is they both will be influenced by certain conditions. These conditions will pull people towards you, or push them away from you.

Sometimes words that can’t be pulled back you have communicated and you’re shocked. The tone and intonation will influence your Body Language and the other way around.

When you're making a decision, it can be a rational or emotional decision, based on conscious signals or a subconscious reality, note that particular signals or realities will influence your Body Language.

Your Verbal and Non-Verbal communication will influence the conscious and subconscious mind of the other person and will also decide the quality and results of any further communications, conversations or actions and results.

Remember: There are over 190 independent states in the world, about 6.800 recognized languages and more than 40.000 alternative languages and dialects and yet, Body Language is Global! However... Cultural differences will always be there!

For Who

Body language is a form of Non-Verbal Communication that can be useful for various individuals in different contexts. Here are some groups who can potentially benefit from learning about body language:

1. Business Professionals: Executives, managers, salespeople, and other professionals can use body language to enhance their communication skills, build rapport, and negotiate effectively.

2. Teachers and Educators: Understanding body language can help teachers better engage with their students, assess their understanding, and manage classroom dynamics.

3. Therapists and Counselors: Professionals in the mental health field can use knowledge of body language to understand their clients' emotions, build trust, and improve communication during therapy sessions.

4. Law Enforcement and Security Personnel: Police officers, detectives, and security personnel can benefit from being able to interpret body language to detect deception, assess threats, and maintain safety.

5. Public Speakers and Presenters: Learning how to use body language effectively can help public speakers convey confidence, credibility, and authenticity to their audience.

6. Job Seekers and Interviewees: Understanding body language cues can help job seekers make a positive impression during interviews by demonstrating confidence, enthusiasm, and attentiveness.

7. Parents and Caregivers: Parents can use knowledge of body language to better understand their children's emotions and needs, improve communication, and strengthen their relationship.

8. Politicians and Public Figures: Politicians, leaders, and public figures can benefit from using body language to convey sincerity, empathy, and authority during speeches, debates, and public appearances.

9. Dating and Relationship Coaches: Coaches and counselors who specialize in dating and relationships can teach clients how to interpret body language cues to improve their social skills and enhance their romantic relationships.

10. Anyone in Social Settings: Whether in casual interactions with friends or networking events with professionals, anyone can benefit from understanding body language to navigate social situations more effectively and build stronger connections with others.

From morning till evening Body Language is always there, think about it!

Why would You work with René?

• You will get empowered with new skills to read thoughts before one word is spoken, in meetings, in sales, and in everyday situations. As a result of this competitive edge, you’ll optimize your performance, both personal & professional.

• René want to know his audience. He is curious about who he will be speaking to, therefore, his presentations are tailored to your expectations. René will always be asking the attendees’ roles, ages, education, and expected outcomes. René is interactive and doesn’t speak at his audience, he speaks with them. 

• René brings 28 years of experience into his talks with powerful and carefully constructed messages. He cares deeply about the outcome for you and the participants.

• The presentations are clear, clean and have a high quality of sound, which will keep the audience engaged and interactive.

• He knows his content and delivers. After all, that’s why you’re really want to work with René. You can find a track record of providing great content through previous customer testimonials and online publications.

• All lectures and training sessions can be delivered in English, Dutch or French

What Universities say about Body Language

Harvard Law School
Without access to gestures and facial expressions, those who negotiate at a distance have trouble accurately reading each other’s tone and building rapport. But what, exactly, do negotiators learn from nonverbal behavior and body language in negotiation?
Source: Program on Negotiation – Harvard Law School – Originally published in 2014.

Oxford Brookes University
Body Language Based Individual Identification in Video using Gait and Actions. In intelligent surveillance systems, recognition of humans and their activities is generally the most important task. Two forms of human recognition can be useful: the determination that an object is from the class of humans (which is called human detection), and determination that an object is a particular individual from this class (this is called individual recognition).
Source: Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK – Originally published in 2008

University of Cambridge
A joint research team from the University of Cambridge and Dartmouth College has developed a system for using infrared light tags to monitor face-to-face interactions. The system uses invisible light to record how people employ body language by measuring body angles and distances between individuals. Prior studies have revealed that body language can influence many aspects of everyday life including job interviews, doctor-patient conversations and team projects.
Source: University of Cambridge, UK – Originally published in 2018.