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For over twenty years we have achieved that objective by listening more and generalising less. We recognise that every employment opportunity is unique, so we invest valuable time in fully understanding your needs, the culture of your company and your business challenges; to help you find the ideal blend of skills, experience and character for each role.
5 quick ways to know what someone is thinking.
Sourced from: LinkedIn Top Voices
Published on October 29, 2019 by
Mental Toughness Partners, Paul Lyons - Managing Partner
It is often helpful to be able to quickly understand someone’s current disposition and likely behaviour and a review of their body and face can provide some insightful clues.
However, I’m upfront with a spoiler alert because although useful these techniques will not apply to all people, all of the time.
Nevertheless , here are five quick ways that you would probably use to form a collective impression;
Assess their dress
People generally will dress in line with their attitudes and values to feel comfortable and be stylish. The way they dress, particularly within the context of the situation, can give you some valuable clues. Are they dressed formally or informally and do they appear comfortable or less so? Are they making statements through colour, style or accessories?
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