eLearning / Online Course
When meeting someone new we have less than 30 seconds to make a good first impression. People form an opinion of us from our posture, the way we speak, and the type of handshake we give. Well, would you want to shake hands with someone again if it felt kind of icky the first time around?
While it might be possible to eventually turn around a negative first impression, it’s far better to create a positive one, to begin with. Making a good first impression – whether in person or via your digital presence – can have a huge impact on your success in the workplace.
About this course
Following a few simple steps will ensure that those crucial first 30 seconds are positive and constructive. This course is suitable for many professionals, including permanent and freelance workers, and those currently seeking or starting a new job. It will help guide you in presenting your best, most authentic self.
How to use verbal and nonverbal skills to impress employers and clients1 out of 3 key points
How to make a positive first impression when starting a new job2 out of 3 key points
How to create a great first impression using digital media3 out of 3 key points