Recruiting 101: Unlocking Joe Navarro's recommendations for your job search

Sep 5 / Thomas Bartelsen
This woman is not open – she has her arms crossed. Whatever nonsense might have come across your feeds.  There are still renowned experts in their field (besides Dr. Paul Ekman).

Joe Navarro is an expert in body language and nonverbal communication.

After joining the FBI, Joe dedicated 25 years to working as an agent and supervisor in counterintelligence and counterterrorism. During  this time, he focused on improving his knowledge of nonverbal communication and successfully applying it in his work.

As a result of his expertise, Joe began training other FBI agents and intelligence community members in this field.
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This video provides a fantastic introduction to body language from a leading expert.
His insights and recommendations are valuable for job seekers who want to excel in their salary negotiation process. Understanding body language can help you interpret the interviewer's nonverbal cues and respond effectively.

Using Joe Navarro's tips, you can gain the confidence and authority you need to achieve your desired outcome. It's probably the best summary of body language there is. Of course, this is a never-ending rabbit hole.

Understanding body language can boost job search success.

When embarking on a job search, it is essential to recognize the importance of reading body language during an interview. Having the ability to discern the nonverbal cues of the interviewer can help you respond effectively and determine their level of interest in what you are saying. Additionally, it can enable you to gauge their level of honesty and adjust your approach accordingly if the opportunity for negotiation arises. Establishing a positive connection with the interviewer is also a key benefit of understanding body language.

Furthermore, being able to interpret the interviewer's confidence in your abilities and receptiveness to your ideas and suggestions can be immensely helpful. By conveying emotional intelligence through subtle or overt body language, you can engage the interviewer and project confidence, authority, and professionalism. It is also crucial to remain culturally aware and identify any potential conflicts before they arise.

All the above will make a difference. Let's use one specific example here. Imagine you are getting into an elevator, and a sales manager enters the elevator as well. 

She doesn't know you, but you know she has an open role now that you'd love to have, and you'd be a great fit. She enters, and you realize by identifying her body language that she's open for a short chat. Now, you use the time to pitch yourself to her in 15 seconds and ask her for a 15-minute meeting to discuss her role.

You just landed a job interview! Understanding body language can make all the difference in your job search success. With Joe Navarro's expert recommendations, you can unlock the power of nonverbal communication and take your job search to the next level. So, start practicing your body language skills today and see the positive impact it can have on your career.

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