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Other titles in the Knack: Make It Easy series:
Knack Body Language: Techniques on Interpreting Nonverbal Cues in the World and Workplace (Knack: Make It Easy)by Aaron Brehove
Synopses & Reviews
signals—and understanding your own
Book News Annotation:
Understanding how to read and use body language in social situations is a valuable skill for everyone. This highly informative book by fraud investigator Brehove, covers all the nuances of body language organized in sections focusing on specific anatomical regions and social situations. Each section is presented in an accessible and visually stimulating format with hundreds of examples and photographs. This book is particularly useful for those wishing to increase business and social confidence as well as improve public speaking skills. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Get a fresh new perspective on this eternally fascinating subject and learn all about it from head to toe, with lots of examples and illustrations - including interviewing tips, dos and donts, what your body says about you and how to read the body language of others.
Sections of the book cover: Specific body language (broken down into head, torso, lower body), interview techniques, where to sit in the board room, interpreting body lanugage while dating, and more.
Whether during an interview, a date, or a business meeting, knowing what wordless signals others are unintentionally conveying—and being aware of your own body language—could decide your fate! Knack Body Language shows you what guesswork wont. With Knacks unique combination of clear descriptions with hundreds of corresponding color photos, it is the ideal go-to handbook to the physiology and the psychology of what the body and expressions reflect. Covering all you need to know, it includes a bonus chapter—vetted by a New York City-based international recruiting firm—on interviewing dos and donts.
About the Author
Aaron Brehove is a fraud investigator for one of the Big Four accounting firms—his investigations having included multibillion dollar Ponzi schemes, tax evasions, and whistleblower allegations. He is also a senior instructor at the Body Language Institute in Alexandria, Virginia, and he has been featured on CNN analyzing body language during major trials. Visit him at AaronBrehove.com.
Roger Paperno is a professional photographer who has shot for numerous leading companies, including Apple Computer, Norwegian Cruise Line, The Gap, and Toyota. Visit him at rogerpaperno.com.
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