6 Tips for the best body language in interviews (Infographic)
Body language is one of the most important factors when it comes to job interviews, because it has a huge impact when you’re trying to give your potential employer a great first impression about yourself. Expressing inappropriate or wrong body language could be the reason that you don’t get appointed for the position that you applied for (even if your qualified and capable of doing the job).
Are you unsure about what’s right or what’s wrong when it comes to body language in interviews? Well, don’t be. Job Mail is here to help to make sure that you express the right body language today by featuring an infographic entitled “6 tips for the best body language in interviews”. This infographic was compiled by Career Savvy and posted on the Undercover Recruiter website recently.
The infographic points out that you can tell a lot about a person from their handshake, that you can convey confidence with every posture and that echoing the interviewer’s movements can show empathy and can establish a rapport. The infographic also points out that good eye contact conveys confidence and sincerity, that you can use open and expressive physical gestures to involve the interviewer in what you’re saying and that you can express your eagerness for the role (or job) with your body language. Check out some more interesting facts and tips about body language in interviews below:
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