7 nonverbal cues and what they (probably) mean

Wang, Jennifer
May 2009
Entrepreneur;May2009, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p15
The article offers information on body language and its meaning as it relates to the business world including closed-off postures as entailing resistance, a brief touch in the hand to form a quick connection, and a nose rub connected with deception.


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