In the spirit of Father's Day, I'm guessing everyone has probably heard the dadism "It's not what you say, it's how you say it." Well, MIT is actually applying that concept to a new automated program that rates your body language as you talk to someone.
Light and shadows. Rough angles and streamlined curves. Misleadingly simple color palettes and explosively dynamic body language. Browsing the portfolio of Pascal Blanchet takes you decades back into the roaring era of Art Deco and does not let you go. I am absolutely thrilled to have the privilege to Pascal and ask him a few [...]Show More Summary
It is very important for interviewees to not only think about the verbal answers they want to give in an interview, but also what their nonverbal answers are saying.
Jizen is a tool for job candidates to help them prepare by monitoring physiological signs during a virtual interview, with the aim of training them to control their body language.
Job interviews are tough, often because we judge ourselves too harshly throughout the process and end up altering our behavior for the worst. Chances are those long pauses you take and reserved, comfortable body language you provide are actually good. To prove it, Redditor edlorenz7 suggests recording yourself in a practice interview before you go: More »
Body language expert and researcher Patti Wood says she found cyclist Lance Armstrong 'unsettling' while watching him during an interview with Oprah Winfrey that was broadcast Thursday. (Jan. 18)
The apologies made by Lance Armstrong in his 'tell-all' interview with Oprah Winfrey lack the physical signs that indicate contrition, according to Professor Patrick O'Donnell from the University of Glasgow. And when it comes to questions about his leading role in doping by teammates, Armstrong shows signs that he feels proud of his activities. Show More Summary
Other than reading your interviewer's body language or coming right out and asking if he or she thinks you're fit for the job, one simple question may be all you need to gauge how an interview is going or went: "Why do you work here?" More »
Today I'm very happy to share an interview I did with New York Times best selling author, Tim Ferriss. He got his fame initially for writing the 4 hour workweek, followed it up with the 4 hour body, and has just released the third in...Show More Summary
Tomorrow, Brooklyn’s finest (and ATG-favorite) Body Language will be making the trek down to D.C. to headline our Submerge event over on H Street. We sat down with BL’s Grant Wheeler in advance of the show, and picked his brain on playing in DC, releasing a new EP, and what desserts he can’t live without. [...]
I spoke with award-winning author and University of Alabama professor about her inspiration for the wild storyline, her attention to language and why the suffering of the body makes for good fiction.
The Voice – Top 12 Rehearsals – Videos via Rickey.org Here are the backstage interviews of The Voice Top 12 Rehearsals. Watch the video here. Based on her body language Christina Millan has a HUGE crush on Dez Duron! LOL. This is a great group -- looking forward to the live show on Monday. Double elimination on Tuesday! Woot! The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Considering President Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney are seeking the nation’s top job, watching Monday’s Presidential debate could be just the prep needed to ace your next job interview. While pointing fingers, interrupting and smirking are never recommended in a professional setting, job seekers can learn a lot from the candidates’ speech and body language.
According to Albert Mehrabian (Professor Emeritus of Psychology, UCLA), the three elements account differently for our liking for the person who puts forward a message concerning their feelings: words account for 7%, tone of voice accounts for 38%, and body language accounts for 55% of the liking. They are often abbreviated as the “3 Vs” [...]
Got posture? Good, we knew you did. When it comes to interviewing, technical experience is one thing, soft skills are another and presentation is about tying it all up in a bow. According to a piece on Forbes, there are several ways to sharpen your body language in order to aim to seal the deal. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
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From hair-tucking to eye-rolling to leaning in too close, watch out for these career-altering body language mistakes in your next interview.
If you aren’t a little nervous on entering a job interview then it might be worth questioning how much you really want it. Nerves show that the opportunity means a lot to you and that you want to get it right, something many employers will be fully aware of (however much they let you squirm). Show More Summary
Your body language during a job interview says just as much about you as your resume. It's easy to get a little nervous, and then freeze up during interviews. If you need to calm yourself down a bit, Forbes recommends you simply practice walking into a room. More »
Non-verbal cues can make or break an interview. This list of body language mistakes compiled by Jacquelyn Smith for Forbes will help you avoid unintentionally sending the wrong message.