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ACE IMPRESSION provides Image Consulting and Personal Branding Solutions, using elements of Appearance, Communication and Etiquette (ACE) to help achieve professional success and career growth.
ACE IMPRESSION offers one-to-one consulting and group workshops for Individuals and Corporate Clients. Image Consulting and Career Branding services are offered as stand-alone modules/clinics or as a complete package. We are also in a position to offer fully integrated customized products.
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IMAGE CONSULTING COMPLETE PACKAGE:
CLOTHING, GROOMING and BODY LANGUAGE including ETIQUETTE.
Gives you greater control over the impressions you create and the perceptions you influence through the full range of elements of image - which is unique to each, since it is based on variables like Lifestyle, Roles, Goals, Personal style, Body shape, Personal coloring etc.. .
PERSONAL CAREER BRANDING COMPLETE PACKAGE:
Evaluate your Personal Career Brand and identify your Career Targets (Industry, field, job, company, clients). Build a visual, written, verbal ‘insightful’ communication, positioned for your desired career targets, of an impression, that is Uniquely Distinguishable and Authentic “YOU”.
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1) CLOTHING and GROOMING:
a. Appropriate Clothing
b. Authentic Clothing
c. Attractive Appearance
d. Affordable Image
2) SMART PERSONAL SHOPPING
3) WARDROBE EVALUATION and ORGANIZATION
4) PERSONAL STYLE CATALOGUE
5) NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION / BODY-LANGUAGE
6) VERBAL COMMUNICATION:
a. Interview Coaching
b. Public Speaking
7) WRITTEN CAREER COMMUNICATION:
a. Resume Writing
b. Cover Letter
c. Social Media (LinkedIn) Profile
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1. PERSONAL CAREER BRANDING
2. CAMPUS TO CORPORATE
3. PROFESSIONAL CORPORATE DRESSING
4. JOB-SEARCH COACHING
5. INTERVIEW COACHING
6. CAREER COMMUNICATION TOOLS
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