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The Right Colors Matter during the Interview

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The choice of color matters when selecting clothes to wear to an interview. Color has a way of getting specific responses from people. Sheila Viesca, TalkShop CEO confirms, “Colors impart a message that company recruiters are able to pick up. She shares these emotional associations with colors:

1. White – comes across as organized and with integrity

2. Blue– expresses dependability and team spirit

3. Brown – conveys being grounded and reliable

4. Gray – comes through as calm and analytical

5. Black – implies power and authority

6. Orange, Yellow, Green, Purple– project creativity

For interviews where one should strive for a polished, conservative look, neutral shades are best. Set off your look with a dash of color through coordinated accessories that include polished shoes and a nice-looking bag.Let your best smile be the finishing touch. “But bear in mind that while the right look will earn you points, your skills set and communication style bear greater weight,” adds Viesca.

“Like it or not, what we dress in is a direct reflection of who we are personally, socially, and historically.” – Leah Wilson

TalkShop, the leading ISO-certified training facility accredited with the Civil Service Commission teaches professional to pull together the best look and equips them with the skills to ace the interview and land their dream job.

www.talkshop.ph (632) 894-5588| Interview Skills, Personality Development, Corporate Protocol Training, Image Enhancement, Professional Make-Over

Posted by TalkShop
Sheila Viesca, TalkShop CEO and Director of Communication finished her bachelor degree in Literature, masters in Entrepreneurship, and doctorate in Applied Cosmic Anthropology. She designed the Philippines' Language Competency Benchmark for the Department of Education and pioneered Integrated Language Teaching (ILT) in workshop designs and corporate communication training. You can follow her on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, LinkedIN, and Google+

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