Margareta James hosts this edition of Hult’s Virtual Skills Lab, a webinar that tackles the topic of first impressions and how your OOTD (Outfit Of The Day) can be your power tool.
Class size is limited, so please register below.
You will receive a link to access the webinar after registration.
May 17, 2023
7am, 11am, 2pm
BST London Time Zone
“We don’t get a second chance to make a first impression”.
Dressing in different ways shapes the important first impressions we create. We’ll dive into why dressing to represent yourself will naturally impress. We all learn to introduce ourselves in different situations—but when it comes to first impressions, our clothes do it for us.
In this webinar, Margareta James goes behind the psychology of others' perception of us, but also our own perception of ourselves. Our sense of self, individuality, and the impact on our self-esteem and confidence.
We can make the simple daily task of getting dressed a rewarding and fulfilling mood changer. In fact, studies show that there is a direct link to improving and boosting our mood and happiness by dressing well and looking after ourselves. We represent ourselves to others we interact with through the way we dress, and we’re influenced by their reactions to it—which can hinder or improve our mood. When we feel good, we also tend to be more confident.
Join us to find out more about giving yourself a power tool of “shaping perception”. Bring your questions and we look forward to having you with us.
Margareta is a professor of leadership and personal development at Hult International Business School. She draws from her business, psychology, neuroscience, and coaching consultancy background to enable current and future leaders to get the results they seek through maximizing their potential and ultimate wellbeing.
She also designs and delivers executive-level learning and development programs and has worked with senior executives from companies, including Rolls Royce, 3M, Arthur J Gallagher, BAE Systems, Experian, Ford, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Vertu, KPMG, Vodafone, Weller Media Agency, and many others. Margareta’s work and thinking attracts much media interest via various media channels, newspapers, and magazines including the BBC, Financial Times, MTV1, Channel 4, and many more. Margareta is also the founder and director of the Harley Street Wellbeing Clinic.
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