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Body Language in Job Interviews

Body language provides a key to succeeding in job interviews. Non-verbal cues make up 60% to 80% of face-to-face communication. Your physical presence shows your strengths as a candidate mo...

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6 body language tips for your next interview

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1. Eye Contact

Maintaining eye contact is one of the most important body language cues that you can give. Maining eye contact reflects confidence where even research indicates that high status people tend to look...

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2. A Warm Smile

Having a warm and engaging smile is another important aspect of body language during a job interview.

When you meet your interviewer, show a warm smile because after all, you wil...

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3. Open Gestures

Companies look for people that have soft skills -- basically meaning individuals who are empathetic and comfortable with others. Making open gestures convey those qualities, but how do we achieve o...

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4. Face Your Audience

When talking to a person, you don't turn your back against them but rather face them. This body language shows respect and suggest that you are both aligned.

During an interview, whether in-p...

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5. Cultivate Stillness

"Stillness is power"

This does not mean that you should be stiff and avoid making any gestures at all, but more so like touching your face, fixing your hair, or fidgeting. 

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6. Good Posture

The final way of demonstrating strength and confidence is with having good posture.

People who feel disengaged at a meeting or who believe they have little to add often slouch. So by havi...

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