Nonverbal communication is a universal language that everyone understands, just like music. But as you know if you’ve ever tried to play an instrument, appreciating good music doesn’t automatically make you a good musician. To go from appreciating music to performing it well, you need some instruction; nonverbal communication is exactly the same way. It requires skills, practice, and coaching to become an expert communicator.
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- Kelly Paxton, Fraud Consultant | Professional Speaker
If you think that getting the interview will get you the job, think again! Times have changed. You may be the smartest, most capable person in the world, but if you aren’t able to communicate it in an interview, you’re toast. In “Beyond a Firm Handshake,” communication expert Sari de la Motte, goes beyond the obvious tips and techniques to give you practical and useful skills to communicate that you are the right person for the job. By focusing on the nonverbal aspect of communication, Sari shows you how to increase your nonverbal intelligence and secure the job of your dreams.