You’ve heard it said before … you never get a 2nd chance to make a first impression and this set of videos give you all the tools you need to make a great first impression every time!
We are taught how to walk and how to talk but rarely how to walk into a room, meeting or interview looking and sounding more confident than you feel.
This is for you if you find that others don’t react to you the way you expect them to or you aren’t taken as seriously as you would like to be. You know that when others walk into the room that they have more impact, appear to be more approachable and generally seem to be more comfortable in their own skin.
This programme includes 6 videos covering the 6 key areas where you can get it wrong. From handshakes to posture and personal space to your smile.
Following a quick introduction you will receive videos that cover:
Starting to read body language – Understanding what others’ are telling you before they even open their mouth is the first step to understanding what you are telling them. This 2 minute video contains an introduction to the importance of body language and a suggestion of how to improve your body language reading skills.
Standing or sitting tall – Your posture will determine how others assess your ability so here are some tips to help you get it right every time.
Getting your personal space right for conversation – A look at the effect of boundaries and territories and how you can make others uncomfortable if you get it wrong.
A genuine smile – The difference between a smile and a snarl is all in the eyes. Learn how you can make sure that your smile never looks insincere.
The importance of eye contact – Understand the importance of eye contact and how to improve the way conversation flows.
What your handshake is telling us – See some of the more common handshakes we come across and what they are saying.
In less than 15 minutes you will have a range of top tips and exercises for improving each of these important elements so that others see the real you that hides beneath the nervous you.