First Impressions

Choose Your First Twelve Words Carefully.

Use The Other Person’s Name Immediately.

Pay Attention To Your Hair.

Keep Your Shoes In Mint Condition and walk fast.

Fine Tune A Firm Handshake.

Match Your Body Language To Your Verbal Message.

Want to make a good first impression at your job interview or new position?  This Harvard Professor says that “warmth, or trustworthiness, is the most important factor in how people evaluate you.  Cuddy says MBA interns are often so concerned about coming across as smart and competent that it can lead them to skip social events, not ask for help, and generally come off as unapproachable.  These overachievers are in for a rude awakening when they don’t get the job offer because nobody got to know and trust them as people.”  Let others get to know you as a person.  According to this nationwide survey,  50% of employers know within the first five minutes of an interview if a candidate is a good fit for a position.  It’s a good idea to have a strategy to make a good first impression at your job interview.  This is a good article to You can be judged on the questions you ask during your interview.  Sometimes the interviewer is more interested in the questions you ask then how you answer their questions.  Read about the worst thing you can do in an interview.  Check out our current open jobs and be prepared when you go for your interview.   Here are 5 good tips to make a good impression.