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Feb 24 – Dress Right for Business Seminar

WIE(VR) – Women in Engineering (Vancouver Region) invites you to its 3 year anniversary with “Dress Right for Business”, Thursday February 24th, 2011 presented by Kimberly Law, founder of Personal Impact International.

Dress Right for Business

If you have ever been unsure if you were dressed appropriately for a job interview, a client meeting or a networking event, you’re not alone. Making these kinds of errors can get in the way of your professional credibility and influence people’s impressions about your company.  In this workshop we will explore the do’s and don’ts of professional dress to help you outclass your competition.

Have fun while learning new skills that will save you time, improve your professional image and prevent future costly mistakes.

  • How to dress smart to insure confidence throughout the day
  • What to wear to look more authoritative, credible, approachable or relaxed
  • How to use colour to your advantage
  • How to avoid costly image faux pas that undermine your effectiveness

Presenter Bio:

Kimberly Law, is a Certified Professional Image and Etiquette Consultant and founder of Personal Impact International established in 1999. She works with companies, men and women helping them refine their look from head-to-toe and enhance professional communication, to help her clients look and act their very best, always!

She is one of fewer than 150 image & etiquette consultants – world-wide and was the first in Western Canada to receive international recognition as a ‘Certified Image Professional’ through the Association of Image Consultants International known as AICI. She is currently president-elect of AICI and will become president of the association in July.  She has been featured as an image and etiquette expert across Canada through local and national media. Kimberly is the co-author of Image Power a comprehensive guide from the leading image experts in the US and Canada and is the key ingredient to building confidence, making a great impression and getting what you want, every time. And Kimberly Law has recently joined Brian Tracy, Tom Hopkins & Stephen M. R. Covey in the newly launched book Bushido Business, The Fine Art of the Modern Professional. She will have both of these for sale at the end of the workshop at special prices and will be giving away a copy of each book at the end of her workshop.

Presentation Details

Date: Thursday, February 24th, 2011
6:30-9:30pm,  workshop starts at 7pm
Scotia Tower 34th floor Boardroom, 650 West Georgia Street #1010, Vancouver BC
please send an email to engineeringwomen@gmail.com to indicate your attendance
Note: pre-registration is required for entrance to the building

Sandwiches, snacks, and hot and cold beverages will be provided.

For more information visit our website, www.wievr.ca, or email us at engineeringwomen@gmail.com

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