First impressions count, but so do last impressions. We focus so much attention on first impressions, but have you ever stopped to consider those last few moments when you end an interaction. As a professional speaker, I attend a lot of conferences, which leads to a lot of interactions and networking, both before and after I have been on stage. This can involve lots of very short conversations, to make sure I speak to as many people as possible its essential that I can end a
We are constantly being evaluating by the people that surround us, our brains are hardwired to quickly decide if another person is a friend or foe, it is part of our built in survival instincts. Before a word has been uttered the decision has already been made whether someone likes us or not. With this in mind it is well worth knowing how to send out early friend signals, to avoid having to work hard, to pull yourself out of the foe category. In this video I share 3 non verba
With the PCO Conference coming up, I thought its only right that I share a few simple ways we can stand out and be remembered. Have you got a useful tip to add to the interpersonal toolbox? Would love to hear your comments below.