So you survived your most recent job interview. Do you know what the hiring manager thought about you? Often people are so nervous and consumed with their own thoughts and feelings that they forget to pay attention to the non-verbal cues the hiring manager is putting off.
While your non-verbal communication is important, so is the communication from the person doing the interview. In the post, Examples of Non-Verbal Communication, it states we send and receive nonverbal communication cues whether we realize it or not. Here are a few non-verbal cues to look for during an interview:
If the interviewer is engaged in conversation with you and truly listening they will be making eye contact. If the interviewer starts to look around the room or glance at their phone that may be a sign that you are rambling and the interviewer is ready to move on to the next question or they already have their mind made up about you.
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