What exactly is the body language of a leader? What makes them take charge over a room, nonverbally? Can a leader be identified regardless of job title?
We describe leaders as people who carry themselves differently, possess a magnetic sense of charisma, and always seem to be ahead of the game. How do they do that?
In this video, I talk about how leaders can be identified, and what kind of body language every successful leader uses to appear more powerful, trustworthy, and successful.
In this video:
00:00 How to recognize natural born leaders
01:17 Do leaders smile more or less?
02:10 Do leaders interrupt or not?
03:13 Do leaders hold eye contact more or less?
04:40 Do leaders pace or stand still?
05:35 Do leaders nod as they speak or hold their head still?
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Vanessa Van Edwards is Lead Investigator at Science of People — where she unlocks the formulas and patterns behind human behavior for hundreds of thousands of students in over 200 countries. She is the national bestselling author of Captivate: The Science of Succeeding With People, available in 14 languages around the world. Her work has been featured on CNN, NPR, BBC, Fast Company and dozens more.
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