Dress for phenomenal success

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Transcript of Dress for phenomenal success

  • 1. Networking Dress to progress

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

  • 1 Google
  • 2 Colgate
  • 3NTUC Fairprice
  • 4 Singtel
  • 5 Straights Times
  • 6 Starhub
  • 7 Sony
  • 8 Yahoo
  • 9 7Eleven
  • 10 Nippon Paint

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. S T R E T C H PANIC COMFORT 12. 13. Professional Reliable Creative Dramatic Generous Confident Successful Rich Sophisticated Extrovert Approachable Leader Powerful Creative Sexy Team player Slick Reserved Influential Trustworthy Calm Knowledgeable Fashionable Trendy Elegant 14. 15. 16. Colour Management

  • Dark Authoritative
  • Medium Approachable

17. 18.

  • BRIGHT Confident
  • LIGHT Ineffectual

19. What do I wear in 2012? Ill tell you! 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. Details

  • Belt and shoes colour match
  • Black shoes formal, brown informal
  • Socks match shoes
  • Smart shoes thin soles
  • Short tidy hair, thinning hair cropped short
  • Small angular glasses, frameless or bold
  • Phone/laptop, ipad etc in a man bag

31. 32. 33. 34. dark SUIT Colourful jacket Smart jeans A fewglam tops Wrap dress Fitted ShirtGreat trousers More Casual jacket 35. Selection of bags and accessories Some basic tops tunics Casual Jeans/Trousers Sexy sandals 36. 37.

  • Shoes and bag DO NOT match, tone, or highly contrast with statement bag
  • Polished make-up
  • Knee length or slightly above knee hemlines
  • Sleek 40s style silhouette
  • Power Dressing
  • Stiletto heels
  • Short neat dark nails

38. Impact Checklist?

  • Current?
  • Admired?
  • Brand Reflective?
  • Appropriate?
  • Groomed?
  • Organised?
  • Consistent?
  • Advertised?

39. ConfidentBody Language? 40. Are you being heard? 41. How successful people get jobs(2208 jobs) 31% Invited to apply based on reputation 4% Asked about jobs in other areas8% Created or negotiated 12% Previous relationship with manager 8% Alerted by their network 63%InformalMethods 13% Internal ads 24% external ads (first jobs are a large percentage) 37%FormalMethods 42. Networking checklist

  • Objectives
  • Etiquette
  • Follow up
  • Social Media minefield
  • Nurturing relationships

43. 44. 45. 46. 47.