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Thank you for taking the time to take our first impression survey. The correct answer is 17 seconds. I have clients who want to interview well or show well in the media. They are skilled and educated and the field is competitive. How do they stand out? Most importantly, how do they take advantage of their time with an interviewer?
Now we all know that it takes 17 seconds to make a first impression and 27 interactions to overcome that first impression if it is bad. Interviewees are not going to get another chance to connect with those people.
Confident body language
Build rapport with interviewer
First, one of the ways to make a great first impression that we talk about in the course, Ace Your Interview, is confident body language. There are so many facets to that, but one of the most important is how one carries himself. The client I was working with had good posture for the most part, but when we started talking about it, it got even better. His shoulders went back and his back became straighter. Walking into the situation with an air of confidence can help your chances greatly and it always helps to smile.
Also, there are subtleties in our body language that help build rapport. We discuss these in more detail in the course, but the general ones of eye contact and open body language help to create a sense of trust. That can help a candidate connect with the interviewer.
We show in Interview Do's and Don'ts both an overbearing and a timid candidate. Of course, these are a little exaggerated, but the concept remains. Matching the interviewers communication style can help get a an advantage in this highly competitive world.
Because of this candidate's great ability to use these techniques, he is going to ace this job fair.
Finally, if you have any questions about preparing for any situation like I mentioned, please reach out to me.
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