The impontance of verbal and non-verbal Communication in an interview

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Running Head: JOB INTERVIEW COMMUNICATIONJob Interview CommunicationName:Course:Instructor:Date:Running Head: JOB INTERVIEW COMMUNICATIONMany people do not secure their desired jobs after job interviews, simply not becausethey are not qualified but only because they were unable to communicate or expressthemselves well during the interview. During an interview, one can communicate in twoways, verbal and non-verbal communication. The two methods of communication are equallyimportant and none should be overlooked. Otherwise, we should all understand that whetherwe are aware of it or not, we always do both communications. Employers look at both verbaland non-verbal communication to assess if the interviewee is interested and qualified for theposition under consideration (Cormier, Nurius, & Osborn, 2009).Verbal communication involves the speech or the spoken word of an interviewee. Itdetermines how the interviewer understands what you are communicating. The employerwould like to employ someone who can be able to express himself /herself verbally well toothers so that a good feedback is received. He also could like an employee who can representthe organization well to the third parties. Some of the verbal techniques that can be helpfulduring an interview include the tone of the voice, its pitch, and nervousness.When one is in a job interview, he/she should be able to regulate the tone of his/hervoice and the voice should reflect the enthusiasm that is in

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