1. Is Your Confidence Showing?
One of the most important factors a candidate can bring to the interview is self-confidence.
When you stand tall and look the interviewer in the eye as you give a firm handshake, you will make an immediate positive first impression.
Over half of the impact you make is from the way you dress, act and walk through the door.
Some people believe the decision to hire you (or not) happens in the first 90 seconds.
According to studies done over the years, people evaluate one another using the Three Vs:
- 55% Visual (Your appearance)
- 38% Vocal (Your voice)
- 7% Verbal (What you say)
In today’s competitive job market, it is worth taking some time to think about the impression you are making.
Will you stand out from the competition with your confidence and polished appearance?
If not, take the time to make some changes.