Styling for Confidence, Connection & Communication

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Solita Roberts, Creator of Style To Impact

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Have you asked yourself, “What are people wearing this day?” What you wear can enhance your credibility, influence, and impact. What you wear speaks on your behalf. And while the objective may be to fit in or look nice, your primary goal should be to influence others so you can succeed. And to do that, your image plays a big role in how you communicate, how confident you feel entering the room, and the type of opportunities and connections you seek. In this session, Solita Roberts, founder and CEO of Style To Impact will guide you through an exercise in styling to empower you to leverage the power of your wardrobe. Here is what you will learn: - Why is style important in a professional environment? - What should be our goal when curating our style? - What do we often miss when getting dressed that makes our style less impactful? - Are there certain types of styles that are better? - How to choose your style? - What’s an example of curating a good image?

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