Nonverbal cues, also known as body language, can be just as important as verbal communication in an interview. They can convey a candidate’s confidence, interest, and attitude toward the position and the company. Non-verbal cues can also provide additional context for the interviewer to better understand the candidate’s responses.
It’s worth noting that non-verbal cues can vary depending on the culture and background of the candidate, so it’s important to keep that in mind when evaluating them. It’s important for the interviewer to be aware of these cues and interpret them in the context of the whole interview process, including the verbal responses.