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Colour Analysis and Authentic Image Management

By John Michail Colour is not just something we see – we think in colours, and we feel in colours. Truman Capote coined a phrase for his novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s, having Holly Golightly explain why she goes to Tiffany’s jewellery store whenever she has “the mean...

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What your clothes say about you

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 say. First impressions matter. You may have a brain the size of a planet and people...

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Building a Personal Brand as a Project Manager

by Jon Michail I recently conducted a seminar for the Project Managers Institute (PMI) in Queensland and discovered that the idea of personal branding for many project managers is not only frightening, but unnecessary and pointless. Those who subscribe to this belief...

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Australian Tax Office staff told they're dressing too sexy

Noel Towell | The Age | 5 May 2014 Public servants at the Taxation Office have been told they are dressing too sexily for their jobs. Bosses at Taxation have cracked down on the "revealing" or "immodest" outfits some of their officials were wearing to work, with a...

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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 say. First...

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Do Uniform Codes Matter?

Is there anyone in Australia who hasn’t been required to wear a uniform at one time or another? Most of us have not-so-fond memories of school uniforms that were itchy, synthetic, shapeless, expensive, seemingly designed by an alien and all-round hideous. Along with...

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