Experience and paper credentials are often not enough in today’s highly competitive workforce. One’s image is an often-overlooked aspect in the workforce, but when considered, many limit one’s image to that of mere appearance. However, one’s professional image is about much more than just looking the part, but also behaving and sounding it. In this book, you will understand how your dressing can impact your superiors and subordinates perception of you, and how your behavior and personality can affect the impression that you want project. Learn to communicate in a fashion that reinforces – and not undermines – your authority or capability. Pick up tips on how to put your best foot forward and promote yourself in a manner that will get you remembered and going places. Let Pang Li Kin, a Certified Image Professional (CIP), show you how to evaluate your current image, how to decide on the characteristics to project and how to be consistent. She is the vice-president/president elect on the 2009–11 AICI South Asia-Singapore Chapter Board and is an appointed Success Coach with AICI globally. She runs her own company, Potenxia Unlimited, and has over 20 years of experience behind her.This book is part of the Shirley Taylor Training Solutions series.
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Published June 1, 2012
by Marshall Cavendish Business.
Business & Economics.