Competition among colleagues and partners will not cause you fear and discomfort if you are one step ahead. In addition to the professional skills, you will be guided through the knowledge of etiquette and correct self-presentation by means of your appearance to emphasize your “place in the sun”. The lecture will be useful to all ladies, who doubt that image, properly picked outfit, following the etiquette rules, and knowledge of cultural characteristics open any doors and are useful at work and in intercultural communication.
EBA Management Development Center team together with Darya Karyakina invite you to join the Open Lecture: Why the “Look” Is Important in the Modern World.
Speaker: Darya Karyakina, director general of the OUTLOOK project, that works in media and cultural diplomacy fields, member of the UA:PBC Supervisory Board, chairman of the NGO International Union, that works in the field of national minorities rights. Areas of interest: diplomacy, culture, international relations, intercultural relations.
Target audience: top and middle-level management, personal assistants, employees performing representative functions.
Topics under discussion:
- How the appearance influences the creation of your personal brand and personal success.
- Your going out. Learning to read the invitation. Types of dress codes.
- Business style. Practical advice on organizing the outfit for different life situations, or “opening a wardrobe, I will not faint because of confusion”.
- “Look” is not only about clothes. Subtle details of etiquette rules for ladies. Manners are your clothes as well.
- How not to offend international partners by your appearance and to look decent on a business trip.
- Accessories say more about you than you think.
- Say no! … (Tips on what should be exterminated in yourself forever).
- How to leave a pleasant impression forever.
Registration is obligatory. To become a participant, please, click the «Register» button. Only the users of the EBA site can register at the event. Number of listeners is limited. Should you have any questions, please, write at email@example.com or call (044) 496-06-01.