Lean In (Literally)
Practical Applications for Nonverbal Intelligence and the Indications of Leaning In. By David M. Schneer, Ph.D./CEO 3-Minute Read Anecdotally, I have heard from more than a few recruiters who tell me…Read More
The fingers can be used to convey meaning quickly. The great observer of human behavior, Desmond Morris, compares the shortening of words for quicker absorption to abbreviated body language gesture.
What does it mean when someone’s chin starts chattering? Yes, the chin has a language all its own. And you’ve probably seen it more than a few times—especially if you have children or work with them. It’s the pout.
Probably one of the greatest body language myths in existence is that crossed arms is an indication of “blocking”. Certainly, it can be, but most of the time people cross their arms as a pacifying behavior.