How to Ace an Interview With Your Body Language 如何用你的肢体语言轻松拿下面试

How to Ace an Interview With Your Body Language 如何用你的肢体语言轻松拿下面试 扫二维码继续学习

Some useful tips on how to do well on a job interview and get hired.
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Watch that posture!
When it comes to first impressions, your body language goes a long way...
...in conveying confidence and competence.
Learning how to carry yourself during a job interview...
...may mean the difference between being written off and being remembered.
You will need a strong walk, a firm grip, a connection and clarity.
Step one. Walk in, make eye contact and deliver a handshake with a firm grip,...
...looking your interviewer right in the eye.
Confident body language suggests you are the perfect candidate for the job.
Step two. Sit up straight with your feet firmly on the floor.
Don't rock, drum fingers, glance around or shake your foot.
Slumping, fidgeting or apparent impatience comes off as low self-esteem, or worse, disinterest.
Step three. Connect with your interviewer.
Nod, use your hands while talking and be enthusiastic...
...without overdoing it to the point of distraction or insincerity.
Step four. Enunciate clearly, taking time to consider questions.
Convey the sincerity they can expect you to bring to the job.
Speak slowly, deliberately, with resonance and confidence.
Step five. Smile once in a while.
Be personable and feel free to ask questions,...
...taking control so that the interview becomes a relaxed conversation.
Mirror the interviewer's body language, which is known as a joining technique.
If their arms and/or legs are crossed or closed, do the same.
If they move their hands when they speak, they're considered open.
Step six. Walk out with purpose and strength.
No matter how you feel you've done, leave with your head held high.
Did you know?
From 2006 through 2008, the number of Americans...
...receiving outplacement support after a layoff increased by 50 percent.

看那架势!
涉及第一印象的时候,你的身体语言很有帮助...
...在传达信心和能力方面。
学习在面试时的言谈举止...
...可能意味着被否定和被记住的区别。
你需要坚定的步伐、有力的握手、清晰的思路和联系感。
第一步,走进去,有眼神交流并与对方有力的握手...
...看着面试官的眼睛。
自信的肢体语言表明你是这份工作的最佳人选。
第二步,坐直,双脚牢牢地放在地面上。
不要摇晃身体、敲手指、四处张望或是抖腿。
坐立不安或不耐烦显示出你不自信,更糟糕的是表现出你不感兴趣。
第三步,与面试官保持联系感。
点头,说话的时候用手势,并保持热情...
...不要做得太过以至于分散对方注意力和显得不真诚。
第四步,阐述清晰,花一些时间思考问题。
传达他们期望的你对这份工作的诚意。
有意识的放慢语速,用有感染力和自信的音调。
第五步,不时地微笑。
保持风度并随时提问...
...控制节奏,让面试变成一次轻松的谈话。
模仿面试官的肢体语言,这就是所谓的参与技巧。
如果他们的手臂或腿是交叉的或合着的,你就照做。
如果你们说话的时候会挥动手臂,证明他们是开放的。
第六步,带着目的和力量走出去。
不管你感觉自己表现的如何,昂首挺胸地离开。
你知道吗?
从2006年到2008年,遭解聘后接受再就业支持的美国人数量...
...已经增加了50%。

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