First things first

Posted: Sunday, July 31, 2005

Making a good first impression in an interview could be the difference between landing a job or heading back to the drawing board. According to Lisa Richey, president of the American Academy of Etiquette in Philadelphia, don't misread or misrepresent your experience or who you are. "Be a good listener," she says. "First impressions are critical. Your posture, eye contact, listening skills, and the way you dress. It's all very critical."



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