Additionally, I need to focus also on my language skills and also on remembering that I have to keep a track of all the questions in order to stop looking at the paper again and again which implies a negative body language (Trochim, 2010). My strengths as an Interviewee remained in expressing my views appropriately and as required along with being focused on what is being asked from me. I also focused on being engaged in the Interview process even as an Interviewer. My language reflected proper command but the eye contact inability further demotivated me. However, this can be learnt through considerable practice and examination along with conversing with friends and family members. In some nations, such as in Japan, it has been considered very arrogant to stare constantly in the eye. In U.S on the contrary, the appropriate eye contact range implies appropriate manners of an individuals and also depicts the candidate as highly presentable and appealing to keep on the job. Poor eye contact for example is considered as a negative sign and implies that the candidate is not interested and the person is conducting interview only without much intent towards it.