IMAGE MANAGEMENT for PROFESSIONALS:
The Executive Image: Image management and presentation skills for executive, administrative or managerial level personnel who work in traditionally conservative or formal offices.
The Competitive Image: Image management and presentation skills for sales personnel and clerical staff. Ideal for manufacturing representatives, for those in retail occupations or insurance, securities, real estate and other direct sales occupations.
The Academic Image: Image management and presentation skills for educators at all academic levels.
The Creative Professional Image: Image management and presentation skills for individuals who work in casual, rural or industrial office situations, those who work in-the-field or in-the-rough, as well as probation officers, counselors and social workers.
The Uniformed Professional Image: Image management and presentation skills for individuals required to wear a uniform on the job. Programs tailored for hospitality/hotel and food service/restaurant or cafeteria professionals, postal service, military and law enforcement personnel.
The Health Care Professional Image: Image management and presentation skills for medical personnel, from doctors to dietitians, X-ray technologists, therapists and pharmacists.
The Industrial Professional Image: Image management and presentation skills for individuals engaged in construction, transportation, maintenance, equipment repair and other forms of manual labor.
The Power of Image: Learn the universal effects of personal appearance, how to get control of this powerful influence and make it work for you.
Image Impact/Image Integrity: Learn how the image of every employee reflects directly on your product and service.
Public Persuaders: Messages in Personal Appearance: Learn what your image says about you. Learn the characteristics of dress, grooming and body language that predictably elicit negative response from others. Learn strategies to stimulate positive response.
Image Makers, Image Breakers: Details That Make the Difference: Details of dress and grooming that make the difference in a professional or unprofessional image. Eliminate the most common image mistakes. Includes an extensive self-evaluation exercise.
Your Image in Print: Steps and considerations involved in getting a professional looking business photo.
Your Image on Screen/Media Training: Dress and grooming tips for television and videotaping.
Effective Body Language in Business: A professional image can be ruined by bad body language! Effective postures, eye, head, hand, and body movements to enhance your image.
Etiquette in the Business Arena: A dynamic training seminar of precise information on business and social etiquette that includes approved conduct for today’s competitive business and social environment. A cost-effective way for a business to generate positive public relations.
The Interview Image: Learn presentation skills to complement professional abilities and increase confidence and credibility in the job interview situation—useful in first meetings of any type.