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Personality enhancement

  1. 1. PERSONALITY ENHANCEMENT WHAT IS IT?? Personality is made up of the characteristic patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that make a person unique.
  2. 2. WHAT IS GROOMING  It is the process of making yourself look neat and attractive. LOOK GOOD FEEL GOOD  The things which you do to make yourself and your appearance tidy and pleasant. FEEL GOOD DO GOOD
  3. 3. PERCEPTION EQUALS REALITY TWO Stages Sustained Initial Perception Perception (immediate) (over time)
  4. 4. Initial and Sustained Perception Initial : Sustained : Presence Personal substance n  Appearance Professionalism  Attitude  Integrity  Attire  Civility  Awareness  Work etiquette n Discipline
  5. 5. Clothes and Manners do not make the man but, when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance… Whether this is real or imaginary the most important fact is that your appearance influences the opinions of everyone around you…
  6. 6. Perceptions people form solely from your appearances :  Your Professionalism  Your level of Sophistication  Your Intelligence  Your Credibility
  7. 7. GROOMING involves all the aspects of yourself  Overall cleanliness  Hair  Nails  Teeth  Attire/ Uniform  Make-up
  8. 8. HAIR-Your Crowning Glory  Recommended to not fall over the ears, eyebrows or even touch the back of the collar  Facial hair should be neatly trimmed (moustache, sideburns, beard)
  9. 9.  Style your hair in a neat hairstyle considering the shape of your face  Identify your hair type,and use shampoo and conditioner accordingly  Facial hair to be removed if required  Hair holding devices should be black in colour and not very flashy
  10. 10. Nails  Well-trimmed, well shaped and filed at all time  For girls-maintain a moderate length  Treat brittle/discolored nails  Neutral coloring is preferred  For boys-varnish nails occasionally
  11. 11. ATTIRE-Your image is a powerful Business Tool Types of Attire Business/Corporate Smart Casual Formal Business Casual Casual Semi-formal Informal
  12. 12. MAKE YOURSELF UP-outer and inner  Skin care  Hair Care  Make up  Confidence building  Polish yourself-in and out to be contd..
  13. 13. POWER DRESSING!! First of all, you are seen and then spoken to. Therefore, dress well ALWAYS.
  14. 14. What should I wear? I Don’t Think So !!
  15. 15. Clothing Tips for Men  Conservative 2-piece dark suit, navy blue or medium to dark gray.  Long sleeved blue or white shirt.  Silk tie complimenting in color or style  Black dress socks  Dark polished shoes and matching belt  Jewelry – No bracelets, earrings or large rings.
  16. 16. Gentlemen – What to Wear!
  17. 17. Gentlemen – What to Wear!
  18. 18. Gentlemen – What to Wear!
  19. 19. Gentlemen – What Not to Wear!
  20. 20. Gentlemen – What Not to Wear!
  21. 21. Gentlemen – What Not to Wear!
  22. 22. Gentlemen – What Not to Wear!
  23. 23. ATTENTION GENTLEMEN!!! DO’s  Wear a conservative tie  NOTE: Tip of the tie should sit slightly above the belt buckle  Be clean shaven DON’Ts Wear white socks TIP: Try to match socks with belt Wear a tie that is too wide or too narrow
  24. 24. FABRICS  Stay away from velvet, vinyl, shiny, furry, slinky materials  Fabrics recommended are those that do not wrinkle easily TIP 1: Purchase fabrics that have a small percentage of lycra that adds comfort and resists creases. Suggested fabrics are polyester, wool (suits), cotton shirts TIP 2: When purchasing a suit, twist the fabric of the sleeves and hold it in place for 10
  25. 25. SHOES  POLISH and SHINE your shoes!  Always wear socks TIP: Make sure socks are high enough to cover skin when sitting down  You should be able to walk comfortably in your shoes i.e. Heels should not be too high  GENTLEMEN should stay away from steel toes and other rugged shoes  NEVER wear open toe shoes!
  26. 26. Dress for Success
  27. 27. Clothing Tips for Women  Dark conservative suit. Two piece 1 or 2 button jacket and knee length skirt or Pant.  White or light colored long sleeved blouse that is not low cut.  Black well polished shoes with 1 to 1½ inch heels.  Limited conservative jewelry.
  28. 28. Ladies – What to Wear!
  29. 29. Ladies – What to Wear!
  30. 30. Ladies – What to Wear! It’s ok to wear a sleeveless dress.
  31. 31. Ladies – What to Wear!
  32. 32. Dress Shoes Pumps Open-toe Dress “Mules” Slingbacks
  33. 33. Sandals only with Indian Formal
  34. 34. Ladies – What Not to Wear!
  35. 35. Ladies – What Not to Wear!
  36. 36. NO Backless, See-through, Tight-fitting, Spaghetti Straps, Strapless, Extremely Short Skirts/Dresses, Low-Cut Blouses/Tops
  37. 37. Ladies – What Not to Wear!
  38. 38. NO Latest Trends (Keep These “Baby Dolls” for your non-conference activities)
  39. 39. Ladies – What Not to Wear!
  40. 40. Ladies – What Not to Wear!
  41. 41. Dress for Success
  42. 42. HAIR & MAKEUP Style hair as conservatively as possible Do not dye hair color too flashy e.g. red, green, etc. Wear as little makeup as possible Don’t wear brightly colored lipsticks or eye shadows, too much blush because the interviewer might not like it or it may accidentally get on your clothing
  43. 43. PERSONAL HYGIENE  ALWAYS take a shower  Wear antiperspirant in case you get nervous  Brush your teeth before the interview  Don’t chew gum, eat a breath mint instead  Don’t wear heavy smelling perfumes/cologne, it may irritate the interviewer  Have clean finger nails and hands  Stay away from nail polish if possible.
  44. 44. Grooming – men  shave  skincare  manicures  teeth  personal hygiene  one in four men do not shower daily  dirty fingernails go uncleaned mostly
  45. 45. Grooming - women  skincare  A recent survey showed that women who wear  hair – cut, colour, make-up have a condition competitive edge over  make-up their bare faced colleagues  perfume – be The Times, 30 th December careful 2003  manicure /  Women who wear pedicure make-up earn, on  teeth average, 20% more than women who wear no make-up
  46. 46. First impressions  within three seconds of seeing a person for the first time we have decided their: – social status – politics – education – religion – sexuality – friendliness / approachability – aptitude
  47. 47. First impressions: the 93% rule 38% tone, 55% pitch & appearance pace of & body your voice language 7% what you say
  48. 48. “dress badly and they remember the clothes; dress well and they remember the person”
  49. 49. Thank you!!!