Actions are more powerful than words. Many
times our body language speaks more than our words. This could be a very
important thing to notice when it comes to a job interview. Candidates lose or
get hired for the job offer as to how they behave during the interview round.
With this blog we would like to introduce the best body language tips for
interviews for fresher and experienced professionals.
Before the interview
is very important for everyone, one night before the interview trying to groom
yourself properly so that the next morning you may have the best look for you.
This includes unwanted facial hair removal, nail cutting and a beauty sleep of
8 hours so you will look fresh at the time of your face2face round of
In India, for male candidates it is advised to dress up in formals like a check
shirt, formal trousers, leather shoes, sober wrist watches and ties if
possible. For female candidates it is advised to be in formals like shirts and
skirts. It has also been seen that any sober Indian attire will also work out
perfectly for interviews. It is advised that they need to dress with cotton or
silk Indian attire.
During the interview
your Palm before any handshake with the interviewer.
Are you nervous and your palms are sweaty? No problem trying
to use the washroom before actually going into the meeting. It could be
possible that your hands are a bit sweaty, so try to wash your hands with cold
water for at least 30 seconds. This trick will cool down your hands and
actually work nervousness too.
them a steady handshake
When your hands are cool then you are ready for the next
phase, which is your first handshake with the interviewer. Try to make it a
firm handshake because it defines your personality. Be strong and confident in
body posture and smile.
Eye contact is very important during the interview round.
Sit straight and try to give a gentle smile when it is required. This defines
the personality and also the nature of the person. Don’t cross your legs and
hands as it could give the signal an introvert or less interested personality.
voice modulation techniques
Try not to be a very low or high pitch person, when
you reply to the questions of the interviewer make a steady voice technique
that pitch the exact amount of sound which is perfect for the person sitting
next to you.
the end of the interview
Stand straight, smile and give them a firm handshake.
The chances of the candidate becoming higher when they end
the meeting on a handshake. This leaves a positive note in the mind of the
interviewer. Stand straight during the handshake and a gentle smile will do its
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