Melody Wilding
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A substantial portion of our communication is done through non-verbal behavior and micro expressions—subtleties that we notice and evaluate in our subconscious. In fact, only a small percentage of the brain processes verbal communication.
 
In an age where in-person communication is becoming less common, body language is more important than ever. It can help you exude confidence, trustworthiness, and build reationships at work. Whether you want to land a promotion, ace a presentation, or nail a job interview, it's essential to master the unspoken dynamics at play.
 
Avoid these common body language pitfalls to be more confident and successful at work: