The Library of Congress has published an interview with Dawn Lundy Martin! In “Why Do We Speak a False Language?” Anya Creightney talks with Martin about the black female body, teaching, her most recent book, Life in a Box is a Pretty Life (Nightboat Books, 2015) and its connection to Carrie Mae Weems, and the […]
There are a lot of articles covering things you should or should not do during a job interview. You should dress nice, answer questions confidently and have the right body language. You should not fidget with your pen, ask about vacation or compensation policy or even sit without being offered a chair. Show More Summary
If you feel nervous before job interviews (I mean–who doesn’t??) but really want to nail ‘em, you need to know this trick. In her TED talk (watch the full video below), social psychologist Amy Cuddy proves that body language is more than just an indicator of a person’s confidence level–it can actually make them more confident. In an […]
Was RHOBH star Kim Richards lying to Dr. Phil during her interview earlier this week? In a shocking new interview, body language expert Patti Wood MD, PhD, claimed Richards appeared to be “withholding the truth.” On April 30, Wood revealed the following to Radar Online of the RHOBH star: “Following Dr. Show More Summary
It is not only Kim Richards’ ex-boyfriend Ken Blumenfeld who believes that the 50-year-old troubled Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star is lying about her drinking. After watching clips of… READ ON
When preparing for a job interview, you likely spend a lot of time answering practice questions and reviewing your resume. You should always do these things, but don't forget about the importance of body language. Your body language helps interviewers form their first impressions of you, making it a key component of interview success. Show More Summary
An interviewer sizes up candidates from the first moment of contact. Your resume provides a snapshot of your experience and skills, but your body language speaks volumes about who you are. Avoid common interview mistakes by paying close...Show More Summary
In the process of preparing for a job interview, many applicants forget about the non-verbal factors that influence the outcome — namely, body language. While it may seem insignificant in comparison to well-rehearsed answers and impeccable research, the way you carry yourself can make a big impact on a potential employer. Show More Summary
Body language speaks volumes at a job interview. If you want to make the right impression, you need to be aware of your body language. Here are some tips. The post 6 Tips For Job Seekers On Body Language appeared first on CAREEREALI...
Nick Gordon is clearly an emotional wreck in the highly-publicized promotional trailer for his upcoming interview with Dr. Phil McGraw. But although the boyfriend of Bobbi Kristina Brown has faced… READ ON
An in-person job interview can be a challenge as candidates work to display positive body language and concise, professional responses to interview questions. A phone interview may be even more challenging because you are reliant on responses only without the benefit of physically displaying your professionalism and personality. Show More Summary
One tech company devotes roughly 22 hours to vetting each hire. They even have a person who studies body language. Is it worth it? Applying to Australian app-building company Appster, seems a little like applying for a high-security-clearance government job. Show More Summary
Tyga, we really want to believe you about this, but some things just don't add up. After Amber Rose blasted the 25-year-old rapper on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club for dating Kylie Jenner, Tyga thought it would be best to personally go into the studio and set the rumors straight. [ Related: Amber Talks Tyga & Kylie's [...]
Yesterday we discussed how body language is 55 percent of your communication during most conversations and how your body language can potentially wreck a job interview. But we’re not just fear mongering, here. Your body language canShow More Summary
Psychology Today reports that body language comprises 55 percent of communication. (That’s followed by tone of voice at 38 percent, with only 7 percent being the words you actually speak.) As a result, on a job interview, you need to...Show More Summary
Knowing how to deal with tough interview questions properly can put you miles above the other candidates. Your body language,... The post 8 Misleading And Really Tough Questions You Could Be Asked In Job Interviews appeared first on Lifehack.
Could your body language during an interview give away the fact that you're dumb and unimaginative? Standford scientists think so. You can tell a lot about a person's mental state just by looking at their body language. Are they laid...Show More Summary
Walking into an important interview can be nerve-wracking. You’re afraid you’ll say the wrong thing, even though you’ve practiced every possible question and you know your value proposition. Often, however, it’s not our words that give...Show More Summary
A serial job interviewer opened up to The Wall Street Journal and after completing more than 100 job interviews between 2007 and 2013, she has a lot to say. Sofia Faruqi mentions the number one body language tip is eye contact. During an interview, she says you want to maintain eye contact without being creepy. continued... New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.