Made a bad first impression and wished you could fix it? Bounce back from your not-so-stellar presentation with these tips.
The first impression is the basis of how we view one another, so making a mistake at the first encounter is not something you’d like to happen to you. The effect is often long-lasting and can determine how people act around you in the long run. Prevention is better than cure, they say. With that phrase in mind, be extra cautious of what you say or do when you first meet and greet someone. But suppose you face unavoidable slip-ups and foolishness, what do you do?
We’ve picked our top four potential first impression blunders and how to handle each situation.