Leaning in isn’t just a metaphorical way to get ahead. It’s also a legitimate way to portray good body language during a job interview.
Job interviews are notorious tightrope walks. You want to be confident, but not obnoxious; intelligent but not a know-it-all. Trying to find a balance and also explain why you deserve a job is hard enough. But what if your body language could help you out?
1. Sit all the way back in your seat.
Sit firmly and lean your back straight against the chair. It’s the first thing Dr. Glass recommends — an automatic signal of assurance and confidence. If you’re a natural sloucher, pretend there’s a string pulling you up from the crown of your head.
2. Don’t go for direct eye contact
For More and Original Article.
Learn how you can start a new career in healthcare with WeCareOnline.