WCNCR Presents: Look the Part

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Friday, April 17, 2020
1:00pm— 2:00pm
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Virtually Anywhere
Washington, DC 20242
United States
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Join the Wharton Club of the National Capital Region and ImageDesign for a timely webinar on how to “Present Your Best Self, Virtually”.
Sharon Kornstein, Wharton graduate and certified image professional will lead the session.

Now that Virtual Meetings are becoming the new normal, it's easy to develop a casual outlook towards dress along with the work from home attitude. Yet, visual impressions still matter, and sprucing up before video calls can help you not only create a better online image, it will encourage you be more productive and reach goals more quickly.

During this session Sharon will share tips on what to wear, lighting, background and more during all your upcoming video calls. She will include advice on virtual interviews, and technology specific tips for coming across as your professional best. She’ll also address your questions live during the webinar.

When: April 17, 2020
Time: 1:00 pm

You will receive the webinar link once you have registered for the event. 

About Sharon Kornstein

Sharon Kornstein, AICI, CIP is a certified image professional, and owner of ImageDesign LLC, a wardrobe and image consulting company. Sharon helps individuals and business owners create a unique, brand image through wardrobe, body language and other non-verbal communication techniques. She is past president of the Association of Image Consultants International, NY Chapter, and founding Board Member of the Wharton Club of NJ. She holds an undergraduate degree from Wharton, and then continued with image consulting studies at FIT.

To learn more about Sharon please visit her website, www.imagedesignconsulting.com

You can read Sharon’s post “Look Your Best for Virtual Meetings” on LinkedIn here: LinkedIn Article



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Virtually Anywhere

Washington, DC 20242, United States,
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