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Interactive video lesson plan for: Job Interview skills Training - Part 4.1 Hand Shake in an Interview

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Job Interview Skills Training Part 4.2 - Body Language in an interview.

The first thing the interviewer learns about you is by how you introduce yourself. Be very assured and self-confident when entering the room.

Important tips for body language during an interview.

Walk smart but modestly from the entrance to the table.
Move your right hand forward while shaking hand.
SIT standard in a crossed legged position.
Maintain a moderate eye contact.
Do not shake your hands and head aimlessly.
Do not do anything distractive.
Do not place your hands on the table.
Do not lean back on the chair.
Pick up your papers on receiving signals from the chairperson.
Stand and thank them before leaving.

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