Jennifer was well prepared and provided a great workshop experience where my team refined there social media skills, better understood how first impressions affect business and started working on their personal branding skills.
Jennifer’s presentation was highly informative and our sales team was very engaged. I am confident that our team will employ many of the recommendations and tips that Jennifer shared with us.
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Jennifer Grant International works with executives, business leaders and entrepreneurs, around the world to maximize image and brand for personal and professional success.
Stand out from the crowd
Stay authentic, refine your image, build your insight and develop skills to achieve your professional and personal best.
Identify blindspots within your current image to eliminate traits and characteristics that are impeding your progress.
Learn essential strategies to improve your professional and personal brand and image.
Influence and empower your team members to create an exceptional customer experience.
Discover and address the gaps between your current image and your ideal image.
Improve your appearance and demeanor to be confident in all social and business settings.
Build confidence, respect and credibility to portray the best version of yourself and your business.
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The Flaws In Success
Success can mean many more things than the traditional definition of success.
First Impressions Are Vital To Success
The first impression you make on others can be the difference between impressing clients and winning sales and contracts, or being left out in the cold
The World Health Organization recognizes stress and burnout as major work promoted health concerns.
You only have 7 seconds to make a First Impression
Etiquette is the fuel that powers relationships and it is the foundation on which social structure is built. Every human contact is made smooth by Etiquette or awkward by the lack of it.
- Emily Post's Etiquette 19th Edition