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Master Your First Impressions

If you are looking to build a good first impression, connect with, and influence people, then you definitely want to ... Show more
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Master your First Impressions

A practical course that can help you to build a good first impression, help you read, and influence people. To build a strong relationship in business, with peers or family. Enroll today and see the difference.

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As a professional

  • Do you want to be able to command the attention of people the minute you walk into the room
  • Do you wish to discover how to quickly connect with any new person you meet
  • Do you want to be able to blend easily into your team
  • Do you want to strike great relations with people even if you meet them for a brief window?

If you identify with any of the above situations, then this is the course tailor-made for your needs! Discover with us techniques that can change the course that your career can take from the next minute onwards to lead you towards lasting success.

Who takes this course?

  • Working professionals who are joining a new team or company
  • Client facing executives who need to quickly connect with clients
  • Managers who meet seasoned clients along with their teams
  • Team managers who wish to advise their teams on company culture

What will you learn:

  • What are first impressions and how to work on all factors that play a role
  • Minor tweaks that can help you create major impact on people
  • How to identify with your company’s culture and your client’s likings through your first impressions
  • Practice the impact of every factor so that you can change your style as per situation

Benefits of course:

  • Impress every person you meet in the right way
  • Get noticed more easily in a crowd or group
  • Know exactly how to let the client know you are on their side
  • Bring out the best version of yourself from the very beginning in every interaction