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Name: Nguyễn Thị Hằng
Class: 10E9
Take Advantage of the Power of Body Language for Your Interpersonal Skills
Source: 
Most people seem to have heard of body language, but amazingly very few seem to
be aware of the incredible power of non-verbal communication or systematically
spend time to become better at reading people. This article explores the importance
of body language as an essential skill in today’s modern world.
Part of the reason for people’s poor knowledge of body language is that they
underestimate how simple gestures or postures can easily communicate their true
emotions and intentions to others who are good at reading body language. In
contrast, those who are not well-versed in this area miss the obvious non-verbal
signs and aim to primarily to rely on people’s words. The problem with this
approach is that they will be subject to manipulation by others.
People’s greatest interests in body language is either to spot liars and detect people
who are deceptive or to use the skill to hide their true feelings by pretending to feel
or think something else.
Let’s have a look at a few examples. Suppose you are going to an interview for a
new job. Your CV is crucial to get you the interview, but once present at the
interview, they want to get know the true “you”. A lot of this can come through
body language; the way you greet the person, the way you shake hands, the way
you make an eye-contact with them or look around the office, the enthusiasm you
show for being there, the excitement you have about the job, your friendliness, the
way you answer questions, your tone of voice and your general interpersonal skills.
Usually, other than the technical side, the main aim of an interviewer is to see if
you fit within the team and the organization. Your body language such as your
gestures, posture, facial expression or tone of voice can say a lot about this; much
more than your technical achievements or the type of degree you obtained ten years
ago.
Let’s consider another example. Suppose you are a manager in your company and
are visiting a supplier’s office to negotiate buying certain parts they supply at a
discount for your new product. Your aim is to establish a relationship with a
supplier that you can rely on especially if your product proves to become very
successful. At the same time you want to get the parts as cheap as you can to reduce
your ove...
Name: Nguyễn Thị Hằng
Class: 10E9
Take Advantage of the Power of Body Language for Your Interpersonal Skills
Source: http://www.selfgrowth.com/articles/take-advantage-of-the-power-of-body-
language-for-your-interpersonal-skills
Most people seem to have heard of body language, but amazingly very few seem to
be aware of the incredible power of non-verbal communication or systematically
spend time to become better at reading people. This article explores the importance
of body language as an essential skill in today’s modern world.
Part of the reason for people’s poor knowledge of body language is that they
underestimate how simple gestures or postures can easily communicate their true
emotions and intentions to others who are good at reading body language. In
contrast, those who are not well-versed in this area miss the obvious non-verbal
signs and aim to primarily to rely on people’s words. The problem with this
approach is that they will be subject to manipulation by others.
People’s greatest interests in body language is either to spot liars and detect people
who are deceptive or to use the skill to hide their true feelings by pretending to feel
or think something else.
Let’s have a look at a few examples. Suppose you are going to an interview for a
new job. Your CV is crucial to get you the interview, but once present at the
interview, they want to get know the true “you”. A lot of this can come through
body language; the way you greet the person, the way you shake hands, the way
you make an eye-contact with them or look around the office, the enthusiasm you
show for being there, the excitement you have about the job, your friendliness, the
way you answer questions, your tone of voice and your general interpersonal skills.
Usually, other than the technical side, the main aim of an interviewer is to see if
you fit within the team and the organization. Your body language such as your
gestures, posture, facial expression or tone of voice can say a lot about this; much
more than your technical achievements or the type of degree you obtained ten years
ago.
Let’s consider another example. Suppose you are a manager in your company and
are visiting a suppliers office to negotiate buying certain parts they supply at a
discount for your new product. Your aim is to establish a relationship with a
supplier that you can rely on especially if your product proves to become very
successful. At the same time you want to get the parts as cheap as you can to reduce
your overall cost of the product. Hence, this can be a high-stakes meeting where a
lot depends on its success, in particular if you are relying strongly on your new
product. What is the role of your body language here? Does it matter or is this
meeting purely technical? As studies and experience shows, the knowledge of body
language plays a crucial role. Is the supplier reliable? Does the supplier even have
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