Dress for Success: It's probably one of the most overused phrases in job-hunting, but also one of the most underutilized by job-seekers: dress for success. In job-hunting, first impressions are critical. Remember, you are marketing a product -- yourself -- to a potential employer, and the first thing the employer sees when greeting you is your attire (Dr. Randall Hansen).
Corporate Dress Codes: The clothing and accessories you wear each day, including "Casual Fridays", affect your career opportunities and income. Your image communicates before you speak a word. So how do you dress up, or down, for business and still command respect?
Dining Etiquette - Table Manners: Table manners play an important part in making a favorable impression. They are visible signals of the state of our manners and therefore are essential to professional success. Regardless of whether we are having lunch with a prospective employer or dinner with a business associate, our manners can speak volumes about us as professionals.
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