Body Language Tips for Interviews

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Body Language Tips for Interviews

Thank you for your question, Lynn. Here are some body language tips for interviews.

The most important thing to remember is that you want to give a good first impression, and first impressions happen the moment someone sees you.

Prepare for your interview by power posing for three minutes to reduce your cortisol levels (the stress hormone).

Consolidate all of your belongings into one carry case so that you appear organized and well put-together.

Wait in the reception room with open body language.

While in the interview, keep your hands visible, make eye contact, and if you’re petite raise your chair if possible.

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