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Handshakes: Making the first impression

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Second Lesson for the course Presentation Skills while continuing the lesson for public speaking.

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Handshakes: Making the first impression

  1. 1. UNIVERSITY OF SAN JOSE – RECOLETOS Presentation Skills HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION Images are taken from WikiHow & Google Search MARK CEDRICK C. ANTONINO Faculty, CICCT
  2. 2. HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION STEP 1 KNOW WHEN TO SHAKE
  3. 3. HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION • When you are introduced to someone • When you say goodbye to someone • At the beginning or the end of a business, social, church, or other meeting • Whenever it seems appropriate within a business context, such as sealing a deal. STEP 1 • Before and After a Job Interview KNOW SHAKE WHEN TO
  4. 4. HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION STEP 2 EXTEND HAND FIRST
  5. 5. HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION STEP 3 EXTEND STRAIGHT AND PROPER
  6. 6. HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION • Always use Right, except if there is no right. • Have the web properly formed and both webs should meet. STEP 3 EXTEND STRAIGHT AND PROPER
  7. 7. HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION STEP 4 FIRM BUT NOT HARD
  8. 8. HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION STEP 5 PROPER POSTURE
  9. 9. HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION STEP 6 SHAKE FIRM ONCE OR TWICE
  10. 10. HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION • A normal handshake only lasts for 5 seconds • Avoid Pumping STEP 6 SHAKE FIRM ONCE OR TWICE
  11. 11. HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION STEP 7 EYE CONTACT
  12. 12. NOTES: • Sweaty Hands • Wash or Sanitize hands Interpret handshakes as follows: • A violent shake or squeeze will have people thinking you're aggressive. • A limp handshake will have people thinking that you lack interest or substance; it also shows a lack of confidence. • Too much pumping/shaking will have people thinking you're clingy or pushy. HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION
  13. 13. UNIVERSITY OF SAN JOSE – RECOLETOS Presentation Skills HANDSHAKE: MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSION MARK CEDRICK C. ANTONINO Faculty, CICCT

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