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Hi friends, In this post i would like to share about Body language techniques for an selection. Your body language says 93% about you to the official rather than what you are saying from your mouth. The Body Language technique is a subject in the Defense, Criminal Investigations, Master of Business and Administration (M.B.A) and in various recruiting private agencies. Ok let we come to the selection process of body language.
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In a process, I divide the sessions as seven, they are Waiting for Our Turn.Walking inside the room. (Entering)Hand Shake.Choosing and Sitting in the chair.Body gestures during conversation with the officials.Eye movementsLeaving the room.
First let we see one by one in detail,
1) Waiting for our turn:-
In most of the process, they company or organization persons m…
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