5 ways job seekers can display their verbal talents

An interview is your time to shine. Follow this guide and you’ll give the right impression.

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You might have used the very same sentence multiple times for creating a sense of positive impression on your employer’s mind. However, merely making a claim doesn’t convey the value in your employability. Instead, validate your assertion by showing off your skills during the interview.

Here are five effective ways to impress a potential employer with your prowess as a communicator.

1. Watch your body language.

Body language is an essential ingredient of good communications and helps to establish trust. During a face-to-face interview, keep your head up and make eye contact with the panel of interviewers. Maintain a decent posture without invading others’ personal space.

Being comfortable and making others comfortable can go a long way in establishing your credential as a composed and confident individual.

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2. Use authoritative voice.

Maintain an authoritative tone when introducing yourself. Don’t be loud; instead, ensure that you are clearly audible. It is also important to change your tone and emphasis during specific scenarios.

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