At first glance, the handshake in the picture looks fine. It is two men who appear to be meeting for the first time or at least agreeing on something of consequence.
I use this picture of body language in the classroom as just one example to analyze.
As I studied the picture, there were several areas where the whole thing seemed to be staged and phony. Can you spot the issues?
Here are five areas where I believe the signals being sent are at least mixed and at most actually negative.
The man on the right is standing with his shoulders at ninety degrees from the shoulders of the man at the left. A good handshake occurs when the shoulders are parallel. It is called “square shoulders.”
With the man on the left turned, it is hard to tell if he is planning to flee or maybe he…
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