Ace that interview, get that promotion!

How to manage your personal presentation to get ahead in business or to make a good impression at a job interview is a very important life-skill to have at your disposal.  It could mean the difference between being HIRED, or being FIRED.


If you work in a cut-throat, professional environment, the way you present yourself can often make the difference between getting ahead or not, regardless of your abilities.  With my WORK-WEAR STYLE COACHING workshop I can teach you how to 'dress to impress' and be all you can be to help you in your professional career and, perhaps, help you rise further up the corporate ladder.

I can also help you with your interview technique, style, hair and makeup to maximise your potential and make you stand out from the crowd when going for that 'dream job'.


Sixth formers leaving school will all need to be interviewed for their first jobs at some point, whether it is after University or straight from school.  Whilst good exam results help to get students interviews, what is it that then makes them memorable to future employers?  My HIRE OR FIRE workshops will explain all.

Most employers will judge a future employee within the first 10 – 40 seconds of meeting and on average will need to be impressed in 6 minutes.  How vitally important it is therefore to project a positive and professional self-image to ensure they can secure their preferred job by standing out from the crowd.

My aim is to provide sixth form students with key techniques that will maximise their self-confidence and their presentation skills.   They will learn the importance of a firm handshake; how to keep eye contact upon meeting; how best to introduce themselves, and what to wear for their chosen profession.  Employers look for good grooming along with appropriate attire.

As well as showing the best way to present themselves, my workshops also teach you how to conduct yourself during the interview.   There are nine important rules to follow in order to show that you are the best person for the job.  These are vital because the majority will have little or no experience to call upon when searching for their first position.

HIRE OR FIRE involves role playing for a chosen job interview.  My recent workshops at Ardingly School in West Sussex were well received by the students, both boys and girls, showing a keen interest in learning how to present themselves to the best of their ability.  At Cranleigh School in Surrey, my presentation to the lower sixth form involved interacting with over 100 students.

All schools should help their students enter the workplace with great results and the confidence to know how to get ahead of the crowd and secure themselves a job of their choice.

For more information about my WORK-WEAR or HIRE OR FIRE workshops, please fill out the contact form in the CONTACT section, email directly or call 07920 714779 to discuss how these workshops can benefit you or your school and  students.