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Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
Handshakes & Sitting Position
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Handshakes & Sitting Position

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  • 1. Presentation on Handshakes & Sitting Position
    • By:
    • Ritesh Dwivedi
    • [email_address]
    • 9350278866
  • 2. Firm Handshake
    • Firm Handshake: The hand is held firmly at a reasonable distance, gripped and released.
    • Recommended along with a smile
  • 3. Glove Handshake
    • Glove Handshake: “ Politician’s Handshake”,
    • Grasping the hand with right hand and cupping it with the left.
    • To be used only with friends, it’s a sign to build trust. Not recommended
  • 4. Fingertip- grab Handshake
    • Fingertip- grab Handshake: When the giver or receiver offers not full palm, but only the finger for the handshake.
    • This reveals ones lack of confidence. Not recommended
  • 5. Palm up handshake
    • Palm up handshake: Here the giver offers his palm facing upwards, so as to show his submission.
    • The receiver is given command of the situation. Not recommended
  • 6. Palm down handshake
    • Palm down handshake: Here the giver offers his palm facing downwards, so as to show his domination, aggression, and taking control of the interaction.
    • The receiver is given little chance to establish equal relation. NOT RECOMMENDED
  • 7. Dead fish handshake
    • Dead fish handshake: offering a lifeless, flaccid and sometimes cold and sweaty hand is called a dead fish handshake.
    • This is interpreted as sign of weak character. the giver offers his palm facing upwards, so as to show his submission.
  • 8. SITTING POSITIONS
  • 9. Attention
    • Sitting straight, with head straight, eyes focused at the audience, shoulders straight
    • Indicates confidence, alertness and openness towards the interviewer .
  • 10. Sitting on the edge of the chair
    • When we move to the edge of the chair, it conveys a lot of messages such as ready to
    • cooperate
    • accept or agree
    • compromise,
    • conclude the meeting
    • reject the statement/ argument
    • abandon
  • 11. Crossed Legs
    • One leg is neatly crossed over the other. Though a comfortable posture this can be misinterpreted as closeness.
    • Before elders and seniors in an organization this might be taken as a sign of disrespect.
    • It is advisable to play safe and avoid this posture.
  • 12. Legs crossed at ankle
    • This can be interpreted as close mind, or holding back ones feeling or truth . Must be avoided .
  • 13. Hands on the table
    • While sitting, hands on the table would mean, you need to lean forward and take support of the table.
    • This can be interpreted as intrusion into the other person’s territory.
    • It can also be interpreted to mean that the person is low on confidence and is looking for support. Must be avoided
  • 14. Arms crossed on chest
    • It indicates a protective guard.
    • It may be a comfortable gesture, but is considered to reflect a closed mind, defensiveness and negativity or disagreement.
    • Not recommended.
  • 15. Hands neatly held in the lap
    • Displays confidence and self-control. Recommended.
  • 16.
    • Thank You

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