Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

During the hiring process, it can be difficult to truly connect with the person seeking to join your company. You can mine facts about their experience and education from their resume and interviews, but tuning into what messages we’re delivering with our body language can give you an even fuller picture of a candidate.

Here, social psychologist Amy Cuddy draws on her vast research into the power of nonverbal behavior to reveal the science behind why our unconscious signals influence how others think and feel about us and how we perceive ourselves. By understanding the connective threads between our bodies, brains and behavior, you’ll unlock clues to better understanding yourself and your candidates.

Amy Cuddy

Presented by:

Amy Cuddy
Social Psychologist, Associate Professor and Bestselling Author

Social psychologist Amy Cuddy is a professor at Harvard Business School and Harvard School of Public Health, bestselling author and sought-after speaker, whose TED Talk—“Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are”—is the second-most-viewed of all time.

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