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Dressing for a Powerful and Authentic Personal Brand


 1 hour

Online • Closed Captioned • 

Dressing for a Powerful and Authentic Personal Brand

“Let’s have that manager, the woman with the scruffy suit and tangled hair, present to the client,” said no one, ever.

No matter your education, your elevator speech, your success or your strengths, you are always judged first, in about eleven seconds, on your appearance. Only after viewers visually connect with you and they decide to interact, will they get the chance to really learn more and find out about your accomplishments. It occurs when you meet a new client and it occurs each morning when you see your colleagues for the first time each day. Actually, not only do you make your first impression on others immediately, you look at yourself in the mirror about 55 times a day and judge yourself each time as well.

Your appearance sets the tone for your interactions with others and yourself and it’s a vital part of your success. Join Kerry Cordero, AICI FLC, FIT and Owner of The First Look Image, to learn empowering tools you can implement right away to improve your image, polish your personal brand and gain more opportunity to connect with others. We will cover:

-Purposeful dress and a great first impression

-Conscious use of color to flatter, highlight and advance

-Authentic ensembles that create connections

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