1. Dress Appropriately - You only get one chance to make a first impression and most of that impression is based on your wardrobe before you even shake hands. Clean, pressed and conservative is always best. Dark suit, light shirt or blouse, polished shoes and minimal, simple jewelry; nothing over the top and nothing that promotes an entity or cause. Leave your cell phone in the car.
2. A Firm Handshake - In the corporate world, your handshake says a lot about you. Make sure you start… Continue