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Body Language Secrets of Confident Business Women

Posted on: 16/02/2011

You walk into a room full of people you’ve never met before. Someone hands you a ‘Hello my name is’ badge and away you go. As you walk around the room deciding who to speak to first, you notice people looking at you. What do they think when they see you?

If only you could read minds it would be so much easier! When people meet you for the first time do you make a positive first impression? Do people think, “Wow, that’s a confident woman”?

People are making assumptions about who you are and what you do before you’ve said a single word. Of course they notice your hair, make-up and the way you dress. In addition to that you are sending out, like radar, subtle non-verbal cues through your body language.

Here are five ways to send out the right signals.

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Courtesy : Jehangir Bisney

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1 Response to "Body Language Secrets of Confident Business Women"

Thanks for posting our article, “Body Language Secrets of Confident Business Women” by our newest writer, Narges Nirumvala. She writes a column, “The Power Communicator,” for Entrepreneurial Woman and her follow-up article to this one is “How-to: Craft the Perfect Apology.”

If you like “Body Language Secrets of Confident Business Women” you can read other articles by Narges Nirumvala at: http://www.entrepreneurialwoman.ca/cat/columns/the-power-communicator

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