How To Make The Best 1st Impression At An Interview Infographic

You know the feeling.

You’ve worked hard for an interview or a group discussion.

You attend and clear the group discussion round. But at the time of an interview, all you do is sweat, fidget or go blank!

You fail.

Sometimes you just feel stuck. You’re doing everything “you should be doing” but not really going anywhere.

You’ve worked hard to get people to notice you. You’ve got a little plus points on the technical part of the job, but it’s not enough. You feel like you are giving your hundred percent but you’re not getting results.

There is a better way to overcome this problem. And it is mentioned in the info graphic below.
Remember, you only get once chance to make the best first impression you possibly can. And you don’t want to let that chance go.

From the moment the interviewer looks at you, your interview begins. Your appearance and body language are sending clues about the kind of employee you will be. He understands it from the beginning whether you will be professional and whether you are good at communication.

The interviewer is trying to figure out if you’ll fit in well with the culture of the workplace?

Though social media gives you enough exposure, the interviewer has to make these evaluations in a limited time based on the information that is available.

If your clothes are wrinkled or you’re dressed too casually, it may send a wrong signal about your casual attitude towards the interview and the job.

Though these impressions may be far from accurate, you will be fighting an uphill battle to prove otherwise. First impressions influence the way the interviewer perceives all subsequent information about you.

This infographic will help you to make the best first impression possible. If you would like to share your tips please do so!

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