Power Poses 101
From Jeff Layne
Angela Antonia Nunes
Human Resource Manager,
Our body language is the most powerful aspect to interpersonal communication. It affects our messages and communication with coworkers, friends, and networking connections. Facial expressions, where we’re looking, and how we hold ourselves can affect the message we give others, and even how we feel about ourselves.
Ninety percent of communication is nonverbal. So how can we use this nonverbal communication to enhance our interactions? In this installment of the Adulting 101 series, Angela Nunes discusses how high- and low-power poses affect the way that others perceive us, and how we can improve interpersonal outcomes in social interactions, classroom environments, work relationships, and even interviews.Recorded: April 19, 2018