You may only have one chance to make a first impression, but what about how we are perceived moving forward? Raising awareness of body language, facial expressions, annoying habits and how we carry ourselves is key in becoming objective about the impressions we make on others. Impression Management gets us in touch with how to clearly communicate who we really are, being more considerate of those around us. This article by Helen Perry in her quarterly column, Sage Advice, appears in The Better Business Bureau of Houston’s July Newsletter.
Read entire article here. Impression Management by Helen Perry