Your introduction is the first chance to make an impression on someone. Often the first impression will have a lasting effect on your interlocuteur and will determine how they view you well beyond the first meeting. So how can you turn this seemingly trivial exercise into a powerful social tool?
As an actress and expert in public speaking, Senior Executive Turningpoint coach, Estelle Haas, is this kind of unique person who can help you develop this skill. She was gracious enough to take part in this episode of our podcast series, in which she offers you tips on how to leave a lasting impression when introducing yourself to new people and audiences, and above all project an image that is appropriate and adapted for different occasions. As a sneak peek, here are 6 questions to help you start reflecting on different ways to introduce yourself in an original way:
Estelle Haas is a Senior Executive Coach with a rather atypical background. Alongside a career in finance, notably with L’Oréal, she has pursued projects in both theater and singing. The common thread running through these different careers is public speaking, which she specialized in when she started coaching.
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