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Dating and first impression. How and where during lockdown?


How to make a positive first impression for ourselves and what behavior to avoid?

It takes a quick look and no more than 30 seconds to evaluate a person we are meeting for the first time. In such a short time, others form an opinion about us based on our appearance, body language, our behavior, manners, clothing. These first impressions are very difficult to overturn and often set the tone of the relationship that will be built.

“There’s never a second chance to make a first impression.”

In less than a tenth of a second, when we see someone for a first time, our brain processes information about this person, their  overall appearance- which leads to quick conclusions about their character, temperament, qualities. According to a study, published in Psychological Science, this trend dates back to ancient times when, in order to survive, humans had to quickly assess whether the unknown person they meet posed a threat or would be a future ally.


Most people believe in the first impression they’ve received, although it could be misleading, it forms the image of a person.


  • To provide information and answers about:
  • Where can we meet new people during lockdown?
  • How to prepare ourselves for a date?
  • How to leave a good first impression?
  • What mistakes to avoid?


  • Up-to-date presentation of information and research in the field.
  •  Sharing good practices
  • Discussing the challenge of how to leave good impression –
    • Fortunately, there is a way to leave a positive and lasting first impression.
    • How important it is to be on time, to present ourselves appropriately, to smile, as well as other strategies for success, we will discuss in the upcoming meeting.


In the planned workshop are invited to participate people from MODIS

Duration:  60 minutes

Registrations are closed for this event.