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“You never get a secondchance to make a firstimpression.”
 IMPRESSION   - an opinion or feeling that you  have about someone or something you have  seen but do not know very well...
 Clothes:    most noticeable thing about a person    makes a powerful impression.
 Face  and skin: Your face says a lot about you.     The face also serves as a general indication of a      person’s he...
 Mannerisms:   Peoples mannerisms also influence their first    impressions.       For instance, if you see someone wal...
 Speech: The way a person speaks has an incredible influence on first impressions.    culture and educational backgroun...
Relationship     with others  Build a good image in front of others or   among co-workers.  People attracted to befrien...
 Impact   towards career    Admired by superior    Get a job promotion    Trusted by superior manager Benefits   to o...
 Dress professionally  Your dressing sense helps people judge your  nature. Present yourself appropriately  Of course, p...
 Having   a good non-verbal communication    Body postures, facial expression, engagement
 Handshake   and smile
 Time   Management    Do not be late. Make an effort.
 Be ready Greet properly Know the culture    Be careful
 Be   at ease    Be yourself    Be confident    Do not exaggerate
Making a good first impression
Making a good first impression
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Making a good first impression

  1. 1. “You never get a secondchance to make a firstimpression.”
  2. 2.  IMPRESSION - an opinion or feeling that you have about someone or something you have seen but do not know very well FIRST IMPPRESSION - opinions that you form immediately, before thinking thoroughly Probably, it will take less than 5 seconds to judge Not very fair More stereotype (http://www.macmillandictionary.com)
  3. 3.  Clothes:  most noticeable thing about a person  makes a powerful impression.
  4. 4.  Face and skin: Your face says a lot about you.  The face also serves as a general indication of a person’s health and cleanliness.
  5. 5.  Mannerisms: Peoples mannerisms also influence their first impressions.  For instance, if you see someone walking with a boastful limp your first impulse is to assess this person as being conceited or arrogant. Humans pass judgment easily based on mannerisms without thinking that there may be a reason which may be incomprehensible to the judging individual at first glance.
  6. 6.  Speech: The way a person speaks has an incredible influence on first impressions.  culture and educational background.  dialect strongly influences first impressions.
  7. 7. Relationship with others  Build a good image in front of others or among co-workers.  People attracted to befriend with.  Increase enthusiasm of other people.  Admired by others.
  8. 8.  Impact towards career  Admired by superior  Get a job promotion  Trusted by superior manager Benefits to ourselves  Higher self esteem  Higher self confidence  Easy to socialize  Positive appearance
  9. 9.  Dress professionally Your dressing sense helps people judge your nature. Present yourself appropriately Of course, physical appearance matters.
  10. 10.  Having a good non-verbal communication  Body postures, facial expression, engagement
  11. 11.  Handshake and smile
  12. 12.  Time Management  Do not be late. Make an effort.
  13. 13.  Be ready Greet properly Know the culture  Be careful
  14. 14.  Be at ease  Be yourself  Be confident  Do not exaggerate

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