Dress for the job you want – David CameronBy Angela Marshall, 29th Mar 2010
Whether we like it or not our “Appearance” does have a profound effect on how we feel and how people react to us. It is the most powerful means of non-verbal communication. As the world has become a smaller place and the pace of life has become faster then we judge people very quickly. A well put together outfit gives out the message you have respect for yourself as well as others and that you give attention to detail.
Britain will have a general election within the next few months so what we want to see is a leader that we can be proud of when they stand next to other leaders from the rest of the world. They are the chief executive of Great Britain.
With the current economic climate, the BA strikes and talks of other strikes we need to know we have a leader that looks professional, powerful and influential.
We have a phrase in the image business “Casual dress casual attitude.
Another phrase is “Dress for the job you want not the job you have got.” David Cameron may like to take note of this.