Reading body language: Contemplative

Reading body language: Contemplative

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May 11, 2010
By dvm360.com staff
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The emotion: Contemplative

The body language: A contemplative co-worker might stroke his chin or pinch his nose. He might play with a watch or ring, fiddle with his glasses, or even stand with his head down and his hands behind his back.

How you should respond: Talk him through his options.
 
Next pose: Authoritative

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