Vinci Renata

It is time the truth and we are seated facing the interviewer. Everything starts as a casual talk and suddenly the questions begin to arise directly and without hesitation. We will answer each of the questions that we are but the interviewer seems not to give us any kind of feedback to verbal level, and hard body level what to do? The microexpressions are subtle facial expressions that let us see the true feelings of the person. Paul Ekman studied it and qualify them in basic 7 (joy, sadness, anger, disgust, fear, surprise, contempt) that normally appear in every conversation. They express the true feelings of people and as its name says, appear in microseconds and often without the person you account that already are unconscious reactions. How to identify them? It is important to be observing the person.

They appear suddenly and we seek cachar to go getting the feedback you need. I suggest that before going to your interview practise found in other people and Thus, this process will be easier. Remember that the context in the body communication is essential as well as the set of expressions. However here I’ll give some clues to go by deciphering this exciting hidden world in a job interview. Squinting eyes: close your eyes a little speaks in a context of interview work an analysis of what is being played many times by disapproval. People who do simulate be focusing more on its prey and stimulates concentration.

If you don’t believe me, remember at what point did and wilt thou give me the reason. Tightening lips: in any context is said that tightening the lips is not a good sign. It is attributed to words that do not want to say or to a suppression of strong wrath. If you see it on your interviewer, you change the subject; Since you desconcentraras if you try to see which side provoked such a reaction. Raise an eyebrow: speaks of disbelief of what is being played. If you see it on your interviewer, tries to give more arguments in your favor of what you are considering. Beware of exaggerating or lying. It is only search give you more tools to make you believe what you’re saying. Open your eyes and sit: open eyes is attributed to the thrill of surprise. Normally this emotion tends to be positive if it is accompanied by a head seat because it reinforces the positive of what was said. If it is that way, it is a good sign of the interviewer. Remember, these are small keys that will help you get a bit of feedback from your interviewer. Be careful not to observe it in a penetrating and uncomfortable way in search of signals. Much success! Average people come without observing, hear without listening, play without feeling, move without physical consciousness and speak without thinking Leonardo da Vinci Renata f. Roa Moreno. Public image and Facial communication consultant Twitter: @Renata_Roa original author and source of the article

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