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Guide to Reading a Job Candidate’s Verbal and Non-Verbal Cues

Conversational communication depends on three things: the actual words being spoken, the tone in which they are spoken, and body language.

Body language is especially important in job interviews, both on the part of the interviewer and the interviewee.

In this Practical Tool you'll discover:

  • Red flags to spot the fakers and practiced interviewees
  • 3 things all communication – good or bad – depends on
  • Tips for the interviewer on body language

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