Corporate Image Presentations
Successful professionals share a common trait called “The Power Look.” They know that successful image management is one of the fastest and most effective ways to increase self-esteem, to boost self-confidence, to communicate ability, and to increase credibility and productivity. Kathy Wolters, Image Management Specialist, will educate your employees about the power of image—thus increasing their ability to market themselves and your business.
The First Impression is on WHO? On YOU!
Empower your employees to recognize the power of their appearance on their personal and professional goals, and how their dress, grooming and body language impacts their performance.
$$ Cashing In on Dressing Up
This presentation stimulates interest and establishes value for self-branding and image. A great introduction to the topic of non-verbal communications.
The Image Advantage: A Professional Image Pays Off
(2 Hours to Full Day Options) – Employees will learn to present a confident, competent, credible image to self and others according to their values, personality, roles and goals. Your staff will increase their understanding of the impact of image on communication and productivity. They will be motivated to apply proven principles of image management to increase their effectiveness in business.
Dress Code Development
Each business environment is vastly different with a certain level of dress appropriate for their workplace. Kathy will work with the company to design a dress code that fits each unique environment, from a blue-collar business to a more formal office or institution. Training and education of all staff is a part of the dress code development process.
“My support staff enjoyed the presentation you gave on THE POWER OF IMAGE IN HEALTH CARE and were able to use the information in their professional roles.”
— Margie Williams,
Ph.D., R.N., C.N.E., A.N.E.F.
Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing
“Your presentation helped me mix and match my wardrobe. I was able to stretch my resources with your wardrobe strategies.”
— Jenny Kerr