Hiding Behind A Chair

Touching the back of the chair while entering a room, and hiding behind it, are body language movements that indicate a lack of confidence. a standing position of hiding can often be seen at the entrance to a manager's or an interviewer's office. these movements are a result of shyness, or maybe a certain fear, and they automatically make people look for objects behind which they can hide.

Hiding Behind A Chair - Touching A Chair When Entering A Room