looking at people at their first impressions
One: Im learning more about is peoples thoughts and feelings on first impressions right now and in particular what Im wondering about is: Do people just judge by first impressions or other things as well? I was reasearching this question online and this podcast caught my attention because people also judge other people by the things that they do as well. The title was 2010 olympics SR VP HR Donna Wilson on winning gold in your job search. Something that I saw in the summary that sparked my attention was: great role and guaranteed employment. This sparked me because you have to show a great impression when you are looking for a job and you have to show a good moral on the other person.
" Donna shared "make sure that your personality shows up in your resume" Like Donna, I have seen hundreds of resumes that look and sound the same. Like competing at the Olympics, this current job market is extremely competitive, you won't come first without standing apart from your competitors.This week’s 60 Second Workout, send us your resume and get a professional's perspective on how to improve your first impression. The difference from getting the role you want, could be one sentence. Sit back, relax and learn 35 min. "
Two: The quote here is basically saying that if you are trying to look for a job and stuff you have to show yourself as a good person and you have to impress yourself as like if you really want the job. A resume is also really important and it shows what you have done before and it kind of shows what kind of person you really are. A resume can also represent your personality and how you want to be competive and be the best out of everyone else that is applying for the job.
Three: I think this is important because It makes me wonder what you have to look for when you are going to apply for a job. A resume is really important when you are looking for a job. A resume is important because it shows what you have done before and it shows a really good first impression about yourself to the interviewer.