by Marianne Stenger | September 13, 2017
Re-posted from Vault
As summer comes to a close, many of us will be starting new jobs or working with new clients and colleagues. In order to make a good impression, it can help to understand how others perceive us and what we can do to improve the way we come across during that first meeting.
Research shows that most of the time, first impressions are formed within a matter of seconds. Obviously this doesn’t give us much time to do or say anything to influence how we’re perceived, and that’s why it’s so important to arrive on time, dress professionally and look the part.