Vanessa Van Edwards, Author, Keynote Speaker, Lead Investigator at Science of People
Vanessa is a national bestselling author, internationally acclaimed speaker and founder of Science of People.
on this episode
Studies show that people make a first impression in less than 7 seconds. That doesn’t give you a lot of time to make a great impression – especially when you are having a job interview.
So what can you do to use those 7 seconds (or less) to your advantage?
Vanessa Van Edwards, author of “Cues: Master the Secret Language of Charismatic Communication”, shares exactly how you can do this.
What you’ll learn
- The importance of knowing what first impressions you’re making
- How to give off the right cues to show charisma and trustworthiness
- The science backed research that Vanessa uses in her new book
- First impressions and how your LinkedIn profile is perceived by others
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