Starhub Learning Conversations - Upgrade your Working Wardrobe

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This presentation is for the participants of the STAR HUB 2 hour learning conversations workshop in July 2013. This was a lively interactive presentation given by Personal Branding Expert Sharon Connolly. The presentation was about how to stand-up, stand-out and get noticed, particularly when wearing casual dress.

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  • Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1092100/Women-spend-1-000-year-wardrobe-wear-30-clothes.html#ixzz1VAhLd672
  • http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-419077/Women-spend-years-life-shopping.html#ixzz1VAfukZu5 The poll of 3,000 women, conducted by GE Money, revealed they make an average of 301 shopping trips per year, lasting a total of 399 hours and 46 minutes. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-419077/Women-spend-years-life-shopping.html#ixzz1VAgAncPH
  • Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1256595/Face-value-How-average-woman-spend-9-000-make-lifetime.html#ixzz1VBwcsxpz
  • http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/2578041/Women-spend-3276-hours-getting-ready.html
  • It ’ s a concious decision – this is a true reflection Albert Mehrabian in 70s Anita Roddick – somewhere in time society lost the plot – it was decided that how a person looked was more important than who a person was. Consider this – don ’ t dress for the one you were employed to do, or currently do Dress for the job you want to do
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  • Starhub Learning Conversations - Upgrade your Working Wardrobe

    1. 1. Stand up-Stand out Get noticed
    2. 2. Average woman spends $2,000a year on their wardrobe but only wear 30% of their clothes
    3. 3. Women spend eight years of their life shopping
    4. 4. the average woman spends $18,000 on make-up in her lifetime (£121 per year spend – Who are they kidding?)
    5. 5. 3,276 Hours Deciding what to wear?
    6. 6. bad hair day ?
    7. 7. Comfortable?Comfortable?
    8. 8. ZONE stretch
    9. 9. Comfortable? UNUNComfortable?
    10. 10. SUCCESS 30% ABILITY 70% VISIBILITY
    11. 11. GEN Y knows what you don’t know
    12. 12. It’s not about your attitude to dressing and fashion It’s about what your audience thinks and knows
    13. 13. Time to get…. Fabulous
    14. 14.  Colour  Personality  Style • Appropriate • Flattering • Current Personal Packagi ng
    15. 15. Time to get colour confidence?
    16. 16. Depth
    17. 17. Clarity
    18. 18. Undertone
    19. 19. Seasons
    20. 20. Spring
    21. 21. Summer
    22. 22. Winter
    23. 23. Autumn
    24. 24. Neutrals  Exquisite Quality Fabric  Safari Theme
    25. 25. Fashion Personality
    26. 26. Classic Dramatic Romantic Natural
    27. 27. scruffy lazy outdated deluded
    28. 28. Think about what you actually like to wear
    29. 29. What do I wear in 2013?
    30. 30. What do I wear in 2013? SEVENtypes
    31. 31.  Colour  Pattern  Volume  Fabric weight  Detail  Accessories  Shoes The Figure Fixers
    32. 32. Colour
    33. 33. Pattern
    34. 34. Volume
    35. 35. Fabric
    36. 36. Accessories & Details
    37. 37. Upgrade yourself to First Class
    38. 38. What do you need? WORK • Black Pencil Skirt • Wrap Dress • Black Trousers • Chinos • Fitted Shirts • Smart T-shirts • Shift Dresses • Light Jacket • Dark Jeans CASUAL • Jersey Maxi Dress • Floaty maxi dress • Little Black Dress • White Trousers • Denim Skirt • Posh Frock • Glitter top • Pretty Top • Beach Wrap
    39. 39. Fabulous of Fish Checklist?  Current?  Admired?  Brand Reflective?  Appropriate?  Groomed?  Organised?  Consistent?  Advertised?
    40. 40. How successful people get opportunities 4% Asked about jobs in other areas 8% Created or negotiated 12% Previous relationship with manager 8% Alerted by their network 31% Invited to apply based on reputation 63% Informal Methods 13% Internal ads 24% external ads (first jobs are a large percentage) 37% Formal Methods
    41. 41. WHY?are you networking?
    42. 42.  Win business  Get a job  Find suppliers  Find associates and partners  Social reasons  Grow in confidence  Inside your organisation
    43. 43. YOU who do want to meet?
    44. 44.  Chamber of Commerce  Networking Associations  Professional Associations  Trade Shows  Sporting Events  Socially
    45. 45. pitch elevator
    46. 46. pitches elevator
    47. 47. Smal l Tal k
    48. 48. Listen…
    49. 49. Social Media Minefield  LinkedIn • Gather Testimonials • Keep up to date • Keep Professional  FaceBook
    50. 50. Facebook  Be a balanced “Real” Person
    51. 51. Networking NOT working? Relationships  Extended Networks  Setting Goals & measuring  Honing your Image  Skilful smooozing  Following up  Appropriate social media
    52. 52. Stand up-Stand out Get noticed

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