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Your coworker is spazzing about your joint presentation; you need her to just chill out. Tap her on the back of her hand and clearly say, "We've got this," advises Robert Phipps, author of Body Language: It's What You Don't Say That Matters. "Just remember that the touch should last no longer than two seconds. Anything longer can come off as creepy."
If you're a manager, give your employee a light one-second touch on the shoulder when issuing instructions, says David Givens, author of Love Signals: A Practical Field Guide to the Body Language of Courtship. "It's a subtle show of dominance that makes it clear you're in charge."