Design Thinking dla firm

20 kwietnia 2018

Does Your Body Language Convey Confidence?


| if you want people at work to trust and respect you, regardless of your title or authority, pay attention to your body language | wow you stand, sit, and speak all affect whether people are open to being influenced by you | for example, standing up straight with your shoulders back helps you come across as confident and commanding, while slouching and looking down at your feet have the opposite effect | when meeting with someone you don’t know well, keep your arms uncrossed, your hands by your sides, and your torso open and pointed at the other person. | this sends the message that you are open and trustworthy | and try pitching your voice a little lower than you normally would, to connote power | this can counteract the effect of nervousness, which tends to push the tone of your voice higher |

https://hbr.org/2018/02/how-to-increase-your-influence-at-work?utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter_daily&utm_campaign=mtod&referral=00203&deliveryName=DM4314

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