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FIRST IMPRESSION AND BODY LANGUAGE:

It takes ten seconds to make a first Impression and a Life time to undo it.
93% of Communication is Non-Verbal. Out of this 55% is through Body Language and 38% is Tone of Voice and Balance 7% of Total Communication is Verbal.
When you walk into an Interview room, walk with a little bounce, showing Enthusiasm and Energy. Do not show Nervousness.
Stand tall and then walk into the room.
Keep right hand free, Interviewer may be interested to shake hand.
Keep your legs still and do not shake them.
Keep your legs together or close at ankles.
Men close at knees. No figure 4 posture. It depicts arrogance.
Do not clear your throat.
Try not to use “Yeah or Ya“ ---- Say "Yes".


BODY GESTURES TO BE AVOIDED:

Non Verbal:

NERVOUSNESS: Clearing the throat, fidgeting (arousing body or body parts), playing with your clothes or hair, exhaling audibly, yawning etc.

SUPERIORITY: Hands on hips, looming stance.

INSECURITY: Chewing on fingernails or a pencil or pen, quick eye darts, playing with clothes etc. looking down, not making eye contact.

DEFENSIVENESS: Crossed arms, looking sideways, rubbing eyes and nose.

ANGER: Short breath, clenched fists, tense jaws.

DOMINANCE: Leaning back on a chair with a slopping body, leaning back with both hands behind the head or neck.

DISBELIEF: Raising one or both eyebrows.

DISCOMFORT: Going on one Hip, rocking, going back or forth on heels and toes.

DISAGREEMENT: Rubbing side of your neck, touching an ear and earlobe, holding back of neck with open palm.

DISGUST: Narrowed Eyes and lowered Eyebrows, curled Upper Lips.

 

ALSO CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT SECTIONS:

CheckList While Facing an Interview

All About Walk-In Interviews

What Interviewers See and Observe

Dress and Grooming for an Interview

How to Participate Effectively in Group Discussions

Frequently asked Questions in an Interview

Main Interview Tips

You may also be interested in:
Preparation For Interview by Dr. L.M. Prasad

 

 

 
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