A close friend of mine is a flight attendant. She was asked for some interview tips from a young person who was about to attend her interview for the same airline. As I was going over her response text, I thought the ideas she was sharing would be great for anyone embarking on a job interview. Her text went as follows: This industry is very competitive. Look the part. Wear a professional outfit. No jeans or low-cut tops. If you have long hair, wear it up and out of your face. Your make up should
I just got back from a lifetime vacation to 3 Disney parks in Florida and a Disney cruise. I’ve done Disney before and my sister used to be a Disney Cast Member. I also prepared a final project on Employee Retention for a Graduate Certificate course based on Disney values so I feel like I know something about Disney. Having just spent the most wonderful 2 weeks immersed in Disney culture, it gave me the opportunity to hold a magnifying glass to the practices that make Disney such a preferred
You cannot climb the ladder of success dressed in the costume of failure.” Zig Ziglar Your wardrobe choice, how you put it together and how you carry yourself, can make a difference in how the world perceives and treats you. Watching how a person’s life can be transformed by making some wardrobe, style and behaviour adjustments, has been the inspiration for many a Hollywood flick. Here are a few of my favourite “clothes-make-the-man (or woman)” movies: Pretty Woman A story of a love affair that begins when a prostitute is
Whether we like it or not, agree with it or not, judgments will be made about us. If we do not take into consideration how we look or act, these judgments may not be in our favour. Furthermore, these assumptions may not only be made about us but could be made about our positions, our departments and/or the organizations we work for. Therefore, it is very important to put thoughtful consideration into our appearance and behaviour.