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What is Impression Management by The Kaufman Partnership

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Learn how Impression Management can enhance your knowledge, skills and other qualities you have to offer—both in and out of the workplace.
By the Kaufman Partnership www.kpartners.com

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What is Impression Management by The Kaufman Partnership

  1. 1. ©The Kaufman Partnership, Ltd. 2013
  2. 2. “We don’t know where our first impressions come from or precisely what they mean, so we don’t always appreciate their fragility.” – Malcolm Gladwell ©The Kaufman Partnership, Ltd. 2013
  3. 3. “You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.” – Will Rogers ©The Kaufman Partnership, Ltd. 2013
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  5. 5. Impression-Management nounim- pre-sh n ma-nij-m ntˈ ə ˈ ə 1. The natural expression of a true self-image and not the self-conscious expression of a false self-image. 2. The communication of identity and its role compatibility. ©The Kaufman Partnership, Ltd. 2013
  6. 6. When you look in the mirror, who do you see? Chances are, your reflection is not always the image you project to others. Self-consciousness can mask the expression of your natural self, especially in professional situations. Important judgments are often based on a single impression, and it is vital to your personal and professional growth to effectively manage and convey your true self- image. Learn how Impression Management can enhance your knowledge, skills and other qualities you have to offer—both in and out of the workplace. ©The Kaufman Partnership, Ltd. 2013
  7. 7. Throughout your day-to-day interactions, why do certain people make strong impressions on you? Do they look and dress a certain way? Are they authoritative speakers and careful listeners? Do they come across as confident and sincere? Important judgments are often based on a single impression, and good impressions lead to lasting, meaningful relationships—both in and out of the workplace. Learn how you can grow your personal and professional network through developing and managing the natural expression of your true self-image. ©The Kaufman Partnership, Ltd. 2013
  8. 8. Being promoted to a different role. Establishing yourself in a new position. Transitioning to a another office. Gaining the respect of changing colleagues and team members. Your professional life is always evolving, and while this presents exciting new opportunities it also presents personal challenges. Important judgments are often based on a single impression, and good impressions are the key to career and personal growth through meaningful relationships—both in and outside of the workplace. Learn how Impression Management can enhance your knowledge, skills and other qualities you have to offer. ©The Kaufman Partnership, Ltd. 2013
  9. 9. A seasoned driver on the open road is miles ahead of a novice driver getting behind the wheel for the first time. Learning to drive starts out as a self-conscious action until you find yourself driving for miles without paying attention to the process of driving. Like experienced drivers, people have established patterns of behavior that automatically control how they see themselves and interact with others. Learn how managing the natural expression of your true self-image can help you form meaningful relationships, which will put you on the road to success. ©The Kaufman Partnership, Ltd. 2013
  10. 10. New drivers are usually very aware of themselves as they focus on the road ahead while trying not to get distracted by traffic lights, turn signals, sudden turns and honking horns. Driving starts out as a conscious event, but it becomes an automatic action as more miles are logged behind the wheel. Like novice drivers adapting to the road, behavioral patterns are formed at an early age that control how people see themselves and act around others. Learn how you can manage the natural expression of your true self-image, which can help you form meaningful relationships and successfully navigate the road to success. ©The Kaufman Partnership, Ltd. 2013

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