Make a Strong First Impression

Be On Time – Arrive a few minutes early, and allow flexibility for possible delays in traffic or taking a wrong turn.

Be Courteous and Attentive – good manners and polite, attentive and courteous behavior help make a good first impression. Set aside modern day distractions, for instance, by turning off your mobile phone so that you can give the person your full attention.

Give Strong Handshakes – Be sure to avoid limp hands when concluding your interview. Communicate your poise by offering a firm handshake.

According to researchers, within the first seven seconds of meeting,
people will have a solid impression of who you are.
Make it count.