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From interviews to dates, the boardroom to the stage, being aware of the non-verbal signals you, and others, send can have a huge impact on your relationships and success in life for better or worse. You convey your intentions through body language whether you're aware of them or not. By understanding body language, you can take control of the unspoken signals you give to others. Learn how to make a better impression to:
Succeed in interviews Make better presentations and lead with authority Meet new people and go on dates with confidence Be more compassionate by appreciating others body language Know when others are lying to you Understand what your beard/ piercings/ make-up might be saying about you Develop awareness of cross-cultural differences and similarities in body language Understand the message that your appearance sends
This fun and friendly guide will show you how to read’ the body language of others, and how to project the right signals, so you can manage the impression you give to others. Full of real-world and pop-cultural examples, practical tips and strategies, and underpinned by principles from psychological and social experiments, you’ll learn how to use and interpret non-verbal messages to put your best face, and body, forward.
Glenn Wilson is Visiting Professor of Psychology at Gresham College, London, specializing in personality, interpersonal attraction and reading body language. He has held visiting appointments at several American institutions, including California State University, Los Angeles, Stanford University, San Francisco State University, Sierra Nevada College and the University of Nevada, Reno, where he was Adjunct Professor for many years.