Join us on Saturday 26th at 1700 hrs GST for the next webinar in the Career Talk series from CFA Society Emirates on the topic of “Sharpen Your Leadership Style for Success.”
This webinar qualifies for 1 Professional Learning (“PL”) credit*.
Being fashionable isn’t about wearing a 3-piece suit or designer dress; it’s about getting a true sense of who you are, and what you want, through a curated style that becomes your secret weapon.
Join us to learn how to ensure that your image and brand management is congruent with your professional, personal and social roles and goals.
The session will cover:
- How to leverage your image as a tool to become promotable, investable and relatable in business and beyond, in person and in remote environments.
- Why your image matters online now more than ever.
- How smart clothing choices can enhance your presence, activate your productivity, and fine-tune your mindset.
- How to choose colors, clothes, and accessories in tune with the new business casual Invest in your image to elevate your executive presence to lead with impact in a virtual world.
- How to make your clothes work for you, not against you.
About the speaker
Ms Tavia Sharp is an image coach, corporate consultant, style expert and founder of Styled Sharp. She has 20+ years of experience working for top fashion brands such as Calvin Klein, Macy’s and Nautica. Tavia also provides executive presence and personal branding coaching to financial services firms including HSBC, Northwestern Mutual, and Thomson Reuters.
About the Moderator
Binod Shankar, CFA has 27 years of experience as a banker, auditor, finance director, entrepreneur and financial trainer. He now spends his time as a keynote speaker, columnist, blogger, podcaster of the real finance mentor podcast, and as an active volunteer on the Board of the CFA Society Emirates, where he is the Career Services Chair. Binod is a Chartered Accountant, a CFA charterholder and holds a Level 7 qualification from the Institute of Leadership and Management in Coaching and Mentoring.