Professional Presentation -Yessenia Robleto

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  • Professionalism in the

    Workplace

    Yessenia Robleto

  • First Impression

    How are you judged?

    - Threatened, offended, or bored - Comfortable, safe, or interested

    ! Appearance and body language = 55%

    ! How you talk: intonation, pacing and inflection = 38%

    ! What you say: verbal content = 7%

  • ! Practice your handshake! ! Extend hand first ! Firm grip ! Stand approximately 1 arms length apart

    Handshake:

    Introduction: ! Introduce yourself ! Smile (look confident, friendly and positive) ! Remember names ! Maintain eye contact ! Use first names only once asked to do so

    Greetings

  • Interview Attire For Women

    ! Shoes: ! Match your suit, no

    contrasting tones

    ! Color: Black or navy ! Style: Closed toe

    ! Accessories ! Neutral hose ! Belt and purse match

    shoes

    ! Jewelry: subtle ! Perfume

    Suit jacket and pressed pants/ dress / skirt

    ! Suits: ! Conservative colors: Navy, gray, cobalt

    blue, and black

    ! Length of skirt: knee length or below the knee

    Ironed clothes

    Long sleeve or short sleeve blouses

    ! Blouse: ! Color: Neutral

    ! Modest cut

    Well groomed hair and nails

  • Interview Attire For Men

    ! Invest in your Suit; SPEND SOME MONEY

    ! Quality is cheap in the long run

    ! Get it tailored, make sure it fits

    ! Nothing Flashy

    ! No expensive accessories

  • ! The color of belt & shoes must match

    ! Socks need to be long enough to cover your leg when your legs are crossed

    ! Shoes can make or break the suit

    ! Polish your shoes

    ! Belts can be of medium quality

    ! A cheap tie can ruin a suit

    ! Make sure your tie is conservative

    Shoes, Ties & Belts

  • Email

    ! Introduce yourself in the first paragraph (if necessary)

    ! Always include a Subject heading

    ! Be brief and polite

    ! DO NOT USE ALL CAPS OR EXCESSIVE PUNCTUATION!!!!

    ! Utilize spell-check and re-read your messages before sending

    ! Remember every single message has the chance of being forwardedintentionally or unintentionally (never reply in frustration)