What face cues teach us


Can Split-Second Micro-Expressions Help Employers Hire Smarter?

Employers often learn only after hiring someone with impressive credentials that he or she is workplace poison: abrasive, self-absorbed, chasing personal glory rather than team priorities. But what if you could identify such flaws simply by observing the person over a brief period, catching the egomania or bad judgment in the contour of a smile or the cast of a sidelong glance? This would be a tremendous advantage when it came to selecting people not just for jobs but for political offices, jury duty, or countless other circumstances when we’d like to penetrate the surface of someone we’re evaluating. A “facial coding analyst” named Dan Hill claims to be able to do precisely that. ….[READ]


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