Right Person, Right Job

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Right Person, Right Job

  1. 1. “Right Person, Right Job”<br />www.kathycommunicates.com/fpq<br />
  2. 2. Hiring the wrong person today can cost a lot of time, money, and problems.<br />By analyzing the personality on the face, you can hire the right person for the right job.<br />Faces do communicate and reveal their personality. <br />This method can provide you with a<br />unique tool for hiring for appropriate person.<br />
  3. 3. Here are six traits, facial features, and tips for hiring the right person.<br />How do you spot the correct person for the job? <br />
  4. 4. Most ambitious - large ears, with prominent inner circle<br />High standards - protruding mouth & groove sloping outwards<br />Enterprising - protruding lower lip<br /> AMBITION<br />
  5. 5. The Face that is wider across the cheekbones.<br />Stiff upper lip, or pursed lips, deep groove under nose.<br />Square wide plunging jaw and protruding chin<br />Indented pulse points (just above temples)<br />Rectangular shaped eyes, orderly eyebrows (straight, thick, long)<br />DETERMINATION<br />
  6. 6. Assertive - muscles under corners of mouth moves or twitches.<br />Dominance - lower brow to express anger or deep concentration.<br />Power, Glory - protruding chin.<br />Authority - High fleshy or bony cheekbones.<br />AUTHORITY<br />
  7. 7. Triangular or boomerang shaped eyebrows<br />Slanting forehead<br />Broad square jaw is suited to a job where action and initiative counts.<br />Big high nose - quick decisions.<br />Mole on chin - either side below the mouth.<br />Flat nose - slow to make decisions.<br />domed protruding forehead -tend to intellectualize their decisions.<br />DECISIVENESS<br />
  8. 8. It takes a degree of shrewdness and cunning to succeed in the workplace, and evenmoreto stay on top.<br />Shrewd - long ears reaching below nose tip.<br />Negotiator - roman nose.<br />Sly & Resourceful - teeth that slope inwards.<br />Cunning - small eyes.<br />CUNNING & CANNY<br />
  9. 9. A big mouth has a tendency to overcome problems by airing them out. <br />Small mouths also have a hard time because they bottle up their problems. <br />Flat cheeks look good and appear confident, but most often they are timid, shy, and prefer creative work.<br />They are reflective and work well alone at their own pace.<br />GAINING RECOGNITION - MAKE A GO OF IT<br />
  10. 10. Use these tips as a guideline when interviewing. <br />Remember, everyone sees everyone differently. It’s open to perspective. <br />Thanks for watching and see you over at;<br />www.kathycommunicates.com/fpq<br />Conclusion:<br />

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