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• The intimate zone (0-18 inches) is reserved for family and loved ones. Within this zone we embrace, touch or whisper. This close contact is appropriate only for very personal relationships. • The close personal zone (1.5-2 feet) is the "bubble" most people in the United States like to keep around us. This zone is used for interactions among friends or familiar and trusted business partners. _ A far personal zone (2-4 feet) is for interactions we prefer to conduct "at arms length" and in this zone we can communicate interest without the commitment of touching. • The social zone (4-12 feet) is most appropriate for the majority of most daily business interactions. It is where we interact with new business acquaintances or at more formal social affairs. _ The public zone (over 12 feet) is mostly used for public speaking. The amount of space required to feel comfortable varies from individual to individual. People who don’t like being touched will tend to "keep their distance" from others. People who touch others while talking will want to get close enough to do so. Space can also vary depending on the amount of trust in a relationship. A general rule is: The greater the distance, the lower the level of trust. We also make assumptions about relationships based on zones. If we see two people talking at a distance of around two feet from each other, we assume they are engaged in the kind of conversation only possible between those who know and trust each other. So, their spatial relationship becomes part of what is being communicated. Gender plays an important role too. Men who don’t know each other well tend to keep a greater distance between them than women who have just met. This difference in interpersonal distance as determined by gender is even true in Web 2.0’s virtual online worlds (like Second Life) where many of the rules that govern personal space in the physical world can be found in the virtual world. And, of course, the comfortable distance between participants varies with culture. In the U.S. most business relationships begin in the social zone. As the relationships develop and trust is formed, both parties may subconsciously decrease the distance to more personal zones. But if one of the parties moves too close too soon, it can result in a communication breakdown.

Those who feel powerful and confident will usually control more physical space, extending their arms and legs and generally taking up more room. In doing so, they may unknowingly infringe on another person’s territory. Someone may also purposefully stand too close in order to make the other person feel self-conscious or insecure. Police interrogators often use the strategy of sitting close and crowding a suspect. This theory of interrogation assumes that invasion of the suspect's personal space (with no chance for defense) will give the officer a psychological advantage. I’ve also seen managers standing uncomfortably close to employees in order to emphasize their status in the organization. Not a good idea. Scientists agree that people’s territorial responses are primitive and powerful. And a mistake here can trigger a truly deep-seated response. When someone comes too close in an undesirable way, it triggers a physiological reaction in the other person - as heart rate and galvanic skin responses increase. The other person then tries to restore the "proper" distance by looking away, stepping behind a barrier (desk, chair, table), crossing their arms to create a barrier, pulling back to create space, or tucking in their chins as an instinctive move of protection. They may even rub their neck so that an elbow protrudes sharply toward the invader. Getting too close is an especially improper business move in circumstances where workers, colleagues or clients are in danger of feeling emotionally or physically threatened by the invasion on their personal space. Anyone who oversteps space boundaries is perceived as rude, aggressive or socially clueless. So keep your distance. Respecting another person’s space can help you build rapport with your colleagues and close sales with your clients. By Dr. Carol Kinsey Goman is an HR Columnist with Troy Media Corporation, an executive coach, author and keynote speaker who addresses association, government, and business audiences around the world. For more information, contact Carol by phone: 510-526-1727, email: CGoman@ CKG.com, or through her websites: www.CKG.com and www.NonverbalAdvantage.com.


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Education. Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation chief economist Jack Kyser says that the pulse of the career marketplace can be accurately taken by plugging into courses, degree programs and certificate programs taught at community colleges. “Community-college training programs and courses are often fashioned around employers’ needs,” says Kyser. Also explore online training programs. The amount of free material available online is staggering. You’re foolish not to take advantage of it. Information. Tap everything available – friends, print newspapers and endless online newspapers and e-zines. Experience. What better way to test different jobs or companies than by registering with a temporary staffing company and pursuing shortterm assignments? If you have easily marketable skills, the work will practically come to you, says Kyser. “Most employers are looking for good communicators who can read, write and who also have basic computer skills. Bilingual candidates have an edge.” Make no assumptions about marketplace Approach it with an open mind and positive attitude. The only thing you can count on is change. This is particularly true of technology jobs. Stick to what’s hot. In IT, you can’t go wrong pursuing networking and security jobs. Organizations are all about keeping their employees connected. That spells constant demand for project managers and network and software engineers, to name a few. Small company, large company? All organizations, regardless of size, are hiring. Small ones are desperate for fast learners who can do everything. If you are a quick study and willing to work hard, pursue high-potential small companies with under 100 employees. Pack your bags It often pays to travel when opportunity knocks. It could mean a long commute at first, and possibly a relocation later on. It might be worth your while to seriously consider relocation should a special job surface. Do you want to risk passing up a great opportunity, counting on something better coming along? You could wind up regretting your decision. Bob Weinstein is the Managing Editor/New York Bureau Chief at Troy Media. Reprinted with permission.


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NORTH EMPLOYMENT NEWS - 08 Dec., 2012