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Webinar: Webinar: Get the Interview Advantage! How to Use Body Language to Make the Right Hiring Decisions!

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Webinar: Get the Interview Advantage! How to Use Body Language to Make the Right Hiring Decisions!
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In this webinar you will learn to watch for nonverbal signals that tell you about the person’s attitude, outlook, interests, and approach because these speak louder than the verbal communication they use during the interview process.

Original broadcast date: Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

Presenter: Linda Talley

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Have you ever made up your mind about a job candidate based on the way he sat in your lobby? Did you confirm that opinion when he walked across the room and shook your hand?

Interviewing and hiring people who will be great employees who fit well in your organization is a challenge. Listening to the nonverbal communication of your candidates can tell you as much about the candidates as their spoken words, their references, and their experience.

You’ll want to learn to watch for nonverbal signals that tell you about the person’s attitude, outlook, interests, and approach because these speak louder than the verbal communication they use during the interview process.

If you are looking to find, hire and get talent on track, this program will provide you with the information you need!

As a webcast attendee, you will learn:

  • How to find new talent.
  • How to judge talent prior to an official interview.
  • Non-verbal mistakes the interviewer makes.
  • Cues to look for during the interviewing process that indicate a strong or weak “hire.”

Linda Talley is a speaker, author and personal effectiveness coach from Houston, TX. She speaks more than 70 times a year to people who want to enhance their performance in personal leadership and staff communication and relationship skills. She gives people specific steps to take in order to create the difference between someone who's excellent and someone who's mediocre in the business arena. You’ll discover why her thought-provoking presentations on nonverbal interviewing skills have captured the attention of business leaders across America for well over a decade.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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