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When you are at an interview, you may not be aware of this but your interviewer is
observing your body language, very carefully.
Your body language says a lot about yourself, so you need to control negative body
movements and encourage positive body movements and habits. Humans naturally send
and receive nonverbal communication. We have been doing so since the beginning of
When your girlfriend folds her arms but has a smile on her face, are you not wondering
what she upset is about or clammed up for?
At an interview, you never want your body language to contradict your words and betray
you, this makes you appear like a liar. The first impression, or the first few minutes
of your interview are the most lasting. Therefore, you should make the best impression
The Handshake: your hands should be clean and well manicured, and free of perspiration.
You want to allow the interviewer to initiate the handshake, which should match the
interviewer in firmness, do not give a firmer handshake than them.
Smile at the interviewer and look them in the eyes. It should last between two to
five seconds. When leaving the interview, the handshake may last longer, smile and
lean forward as you shake.
Here are a few things you will want to avoid at an interview
Clasping your hands behind your head
Adjusting your tie constantly
Slouching in your chair
Pulling your collar away
Picking at your face or outfit
Tight smiles or tension in face
Little eye contact
Wrinkling your eyebrows
Rapidly nodding your head
Any nervous tics
Crossing your ankles (means withholding information)
Crossing your legs away from the interviewer (towards is accepted)
Crossing one ankle over the other knee
Crossing your interviewers personal space
Avoid grinning idiotically
Gnawing on one’s lips absentmindedly
“Faking” a cough during a tough question
Folding or crossing your arms
Avoid compulsive jabbing the floor or desk with your foot
Loud, obnoxious laughter
Never underestimate the importance of body language in a job interview. Use the correct
body language techniques to successfully communicate with your interviewer.