Sharpen your eye for non-verbal communication in recruiting with this book.
Well-founded studies show that in the job interview, the non-verbal level of conversation is responsible for 80 percent of whether applicants and companies decide in favor of each other. This is another reason why this book takes a comprehensive look at the important role of nonverbal communication in the recruiting process - from the job interview to the assessment center. Learn how to not only identify the most suitable applicants, but also how to convince the most desirable of them to join your company. As an experienced job market manager, Christian Bernhardt keeps an eye on the current changes in market conditions. In addition, this book provides you:
· Valuable, detailed knowledge of body language
· Proven impulses for the further development of the recruiting process
· Concrete indications to avoid incorrect selection of applicants in the future
This work will sharpen your senses for the perception of subconscious body signals in the long term.
Get to know the body language of your conversation partner
In this book about non-verbal communication, you can first read more about the framework conditions that companies are currently facing in recruiting. Bernhardt then links the importance of facial expressions and gestures in the course of the recruitment process. Afterwards, you will learn how to correctly read potential candidates already during the job interview. Among other things, this work focuses on the following areas of nonverbal communication:
- Appearance of the applicant and first impression
- Status and territorial behaviour
- Welcome and handshake
- Eyes and eye contact
- Facial expressions and emotions
- Breathing and voice
- Legs and feet
Overall, the book "Nonverbal Communication in Recruiting" offers you an optimal mix of scientifically based findings and practical elements. However, the clear focus is on the practical transfer, which means that this work provides you with many tips and examples of helpful tools that you can use directly in your everyday professional life. A basic reading recommendation for employees in human resources, headhunting or employer branding as well as for students of business administration.