Make sure your staff is looking the part. People make judgments about you based on what they see, hear and sense. In the first thirty seconds people will form opinions about your economic level, your educational level, your trustworthiness, your social position, levels of sophistication, social and educational heritage, your success in present and current endeavors, your moral character and your future.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- How to Make an entrance and work the room
- Introducing Yourself and others
- Responding to introductions
- What to wear and when to wear it
- What fabrics are best for you and where you are going?
- Is color really that important?
- How can I tell what suit to buy?
- Do I need accessories?
- How to acquire a traditional look
- How to stand and place your hands
Our Bootcamp program is designed especially for the professional men who are looking for a competitive edge in business situations
- Wear white or a light blue dress shirt that contrasts with the jacket and/or tie.
- Typically, arms should be covered to the wrist.
- Exposing arms by rolling up your sleeves is interpreted as less powerful and is less formal.
- Do not remove your coat or tie during an meeting
- When selecting your blazers, opt for lighter fabrics, which allows you to wear them year-round