Words and pictures help tell a story. From our early years, we begin to make color associations (pink for girls, blue for boys, for example), some of which are imposed by society while others are completely sub-conscious, and universal. Red, for example, is associated with anger, passion, power and love, while yellow can mean sympathy (yellow roses) or in some shades, can rub people the wrong way.
Color is just one form of communication that influences our perception of people and experiences. The combined use of color with what people see, hear and sense about you is referred to as your “halo effect."
In this presentation you'll learn tools and techniques to ensure every impression you make is not only lasting but positive. You'll learn to read the subtleties of body and facial language in others and be more aware of it in yourself.
Other topics include:
The Psychology of Color: How to Make or Break a Deal The Use of color produces a reaction, positive or negative. Explore the crucial role color psychology and symbolism play in marketing and advertising (on and offline), in what your wear, and even in your work space.
10 Ways to Make People Dislike You Have you ever thought how your image and presentation skills affect someone else? Sometimes it’s not about you; it’s about how your prospects and clients view the world. Learn how to avoid certain negative messages that may come across in your clothing style and communication, to give you the best chance of leaving only favorable impressions behind.
More Than the “Blue Suit” Whether conservative or creative, learn how to decode your authentic style and groom yourself for the promotion, new deal with a client, or next big move in your career.
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