Male bosses typically have expansive, dominant body language, but while that helps them project power, it can also intimidate workers. It often pays to assume less confrontational and more empathic and approachable postures, body-language expert Carol Kinsey Goman says. "Visual power cues are certainly useful in some situations. But just as certainly not useful in others," she warns.
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