IGI IN THE NEWS | Dressing for success

By Elicia Murray | Australian Women’s Weekly | 12 February 2014 Is there any truth to the old adage that you should dress for the job you want, not the job you have? We dusted off our sharpest suit and consulted the experts. Here’s what they had to...

Image Group International – In the News

When even CEOS have tatts, skin art really is big business By Elissa Doherty – Herald Sun All drawn by hand: Trainee pastry chef Franziska Norman, 30, shows off her work and her ink. Picture: ALEX COPPEL TATTOOS are now as common in the boardroom as they are on...

Image Group International – In the News

Gift of the Garb  Does the way you dress affect your career? By Renu Prasad, Australia editor, Australasian Legal Business magazine Every lawyer will be familiar with the insecurities we face when it comes to personal appearance and grooming. Whether you are looking...

The lunatics are running the asylum… an on-going saga.

Last month a series of media articles highlighted the craziness of the “nanny state” and how its promoters are planning many more new initiatives to come. They are linked as follows:...

Woolies opt for denim

Woolworths Australia has changed its dress code and gone denim. In our opinion, this policy will not survive in the long term. Our reasons for this are varied. However, for the sake of this article, we note that in turbulent economic climate, denim as a uniform does...

Torrid Times – A Lesson in Toxic Leadership

By Jon-Michail Once upon a time, there was an up-and-coming young fellow by the name of Frank Torred. He had ideas, imagination and enthusiasm and his ambition to become a top businessman was encouraged without reservation by his loving parents. He gained a BA, an MBA...