Most conversations with candidates for job interviewing are unproductive, as there is a strong correlation between whether the candidate likes the examiner and whether he will get a job.
In the business world, the first impression is the same as what is love at first glance. What is very IMPORTANT and inevitable is that 90% of someone’s thoughts about you are formed in the first 4 minutes and that 60 to 80 impressions are about your non-verbal communication.
Now we can start with rules and how to get great on the first job interview.
1. In the Lobby
Avoid holding a lot of things in your hands, so that you do not have to clap with them and act deceptively. Always stay in the lobby to stand, do not sit. Put your hands on your back (self-confidence) and gently swing back on your feet (confidence).
The way you enter the room tell others how you expect to be treated. When you go through the door of the office, keep the same speed. Those who lack self-confidence change their speeds and flounce when entering.
Even if a person does something at that moment; looking at the phone, go over the drawer, give her/him a smooth, smooth motion. Handshake with the person and sit down immediately. Make sure that you are used to confidently enter the office and do not expect of people to leave you to wait. People who enter slowly or with long steps declare that they have time to spend, that they are not interested in what they do or do not have a smarter job. Occupational persons and those who require attention walk with energetic, medium tempo and medium-length steps.
Hold your palm right and return the clasp you get. Allow the other person to decide when to end it. Never hand directly through the table. Use the person’s name twice during the first 15 seconds and never talk for more than 30 seconds in one breath.
5. Take a Seat
If you are forced to sit in a low chair directly over another person’s face, turn it so that it stands at an angle of 45 degrees compared to her so you can find yourself in the “warning” position. If you can not, then put yourself in a chair so that your body stands at that angle.
6. Seating Area
If a person invites you to sit in an unofficial part of her/his office, such as a coffee table, this is a positive sign, because 95% of business refusals are posted on the other side of the work desk. Never sit down on a low sofa so much that you feel like you look like a pair of giant legs with a tiny head on top. If you need to sit, sit on the very edge, upright so that you can control your body language.
7. Your Gesture
Cold-blooded, serene and compassionate people who control their emotions serve more clear movements. Behind it lies negotiating pranks – those who have power do not have to move much.
Respect the personal space of another person, which will be the highest in the introductory minutes of the meeting. If you approach too close, the person will react by dragging it deeper into the seat, leaning to the other side. By default, people you know from before can come closer, while the ones you see for the first time you should step further than it is usual.
9. When You Leave
Pick up your things quietly and carefully-not in hurry, shake hands if possible, turn around and get out. If the door was closed when you arrived, be sure to close them behind when you exited. People always look at you while you are away, so make sure that your back of the shoes are well-spun. When a woman decides to go, she will direct her foot to the door and begin to repair her clothes to look neat when she exits.
Therefore, if you toe the line to these rules, you will surely get positive results. Wish you all luck!