Development Workshop – Jumping to the Next Level: Looks Before You Leap

First impressions last. And WTS-LA wants to make sure that its members know exactly how to make the right first impression. To that end, WTS-LA is hosting a members-only workshop on Tuesday, June 3, on exactly how to make a positive, indelible business impression. Hosted by certified image consultant Jana Samulski (www.janasamulski.com),
the workshop will instruct members on three basic areas: wardrobe,
nonverbal communications, and pre-meeting preparation. With more than
20 years’ accumulated know-how in the fashion and communications
industries, and experience in both the United States and Europe,
Samulski is equipped to offer an invaluable perspective—and some very
practical tips.

 

The
second program in the WTS-LA 2008 professional development series, this
free workshop only has space for 25 people. The two-hour workshop will
begin promptly at 11:00 a.m. in the Roman Room at the Millennium
Biltmore Hotel, 506 Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles. Registration
is from 10:15 – 11:00. Hotel valet parking is $20; self-parking is
available at Pershing Square. A box lunch will be served. Since space
is limited, register today by contacting Sherri Terrell at slb@iteris.com, or call her at (213) 488-0345, extension 11. For more information, visit www.wtsinternational.org/la.

 

First impressions really do last. Make the best impression you can by attending WTS-LA’s Jumping to the Next Level: Looks Before You Leap workshop on June 3. The career you improve will be your own.

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