A：I thought you did well considering that you have not been in that position before.
A：What made you think that? Anyone in particular?
A：How did you feel when he did that?
A：I noticed that, too. In fact it was pretty obvious to everyone.
A：Knowing Ken, I would say yes and I would add that he wanted to make sure you got the message.
A：What he did was use his body to send his message. It's a discourteous tactic that many people use in business to express their feelings without putting them in words.
A：Sometimes people feel safer using body language to intimidate or humiliate others.
A：I am sorry, Chen Hao. Can we continue this later? I need to meet my boss in five minutes.
A：People can always refute or deny the meaning of their body language.
A：A lot of people aren't even aware of their body language. I think that it is often unintentional.
A：Like Sue. Did you notice that she came to our meeting for the first time today?
A：I think she felt left out.
A：Because the two people closest to her kept moving their chairs with their backs turned more and more to her. I don't think it was intentional - they were just trying to see and hear better.
A：That's right. So she withdrew as well.