INTERACTIVITY
 

Body Language

Body Language is a powerful and silent communicator. It communicates a lot about the candidate even before the interview has begun. Some tips are

  • Maintain eye contact. Look directly at the interviewer. It shows you're not intimidated and that you're trustworthy. If you sit with eyes downcast and face turned away it shows that you are not interested in what he is talking about.
  • Don't keep your arms and legs crossed. Crossed arms indicate that the person is in a defensive and reserved mood. Crossed arms and legs show that the person is very reserved and suspicious.
  • Conversely, open arms and hands mean an open and receptive frame of mind.
  • Keep your body relaxed, and turned towards the person you are speaking with to show interest. Keeping your body turned away shows disinterest. Sitting with your body and feet pointing towards a door indicates that you want to end the conservation and leave the room.
  • Avoid shaking or jiggling your legs or body, it could indicate that you are nervous and uncomfortable
  • Being Restless and fidgety can be very distracting and irksome.
  • Avoid rubbing or touching your nose when answering a question, it could be taken to mean you are not telling the complete truth.
  • Wear clothes which give a smart appearance. Tight clothes may attract unnecessary attention and make you uncomfortable
  • It doesn't cost you a dime to smile. It shows your interest. A frowning face can be a put off
 

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