Standing in a grounded stance surely exudes a position of power while speaking. This stance will leave an impression on your audience that you’re confident, steady, and your message will gain a level of truth and reliability.
If you look closely, powerful leaders do not exhibit a huge amount of movement instead the people around them keep moving. In order to appear confident and powerful people should not try to fidget or hop around.
Smile is considered to be an act of submission. In a room, if you want to appear confident and powerful, it is necessary to smile purposefully.
A power packed handshake is when the dominant person has their hand ‘on top’ of the clasp. The weaker person will often take the bottom part of the handshake by exposing the underside of their wrist–which is a physically weaker position.
Steepling is said to be gesture that exuberates self-assuredness, confidence and superiority.This gesture gives the impression of assertion when speaking.
It is detrimental to take into consideration, the colours that the leaders prefer revealing their personality. Black colour implys mystery and power. And red implies passion, aggression and violence.
Leaders are often found to show this behavior where they keep expecting to be listened by others. They also avoid interjecting their opinions in any given conversation.
Leaders are often shown to keep their hands still. This is because nodding is known as an act of submission. People nod to show agreeableness but avoid head bobbing
One of the essential signs of a leader is how he/she acknowledges others. A true leader is someone who admires and congratulates others on their jobs well done.
These body language signs are often displayed by leaders who call the shots in every situation.