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1 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava 1 Date:

2 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Grooming Standards 2. Colours 3.Personal Hygiene & Fitness

3 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Grooming Standards

4 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava

5 Date: There are 3 aspects to self image: As you see yourself. As others see you. As you truly are.

6 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Physical appearance: Choose attire that flatters, not just fashion. Attitude: Nothing succeeds like the attitude of success. Have personal conviction.

7 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Communication skills: The ability to communicate, at all levels, is vital to having people take you seriously. Body Language: Your body language should support, not contradict, your words and feelings. Personal Hygiene: “Neat and appropriate” should become your mantra—neat hair, attire, nails, shoes, breath, and body odor.

8 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Business Attire

9 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: The way you dress speaks about who you are as a person. Clothes talk. Whenever you enter a room for the first time, it takes only a few seconds for people you've never met to form perceptions about you and your abilities.

10 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Know your audience. Gauge what attire will be right for the audience & the circumstance. Three basic things you need to consider when figuring out what’s appropriate for your working wardrobe: 1. Your Line of Work 2. Your Corporate Culture 3. Your Audience

11 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: While one company may have a very strict dress code, another company in the same field may be much more relaxed.. Before you buy something to wear to work, ask yourself: Is it appropriate for the kind of job I have? Does it fit properly? Do I feel confident wearing it? Would my boss wear it?

12 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: How you dress depends on four factors: » the industry in which you work » the job you have within that industry » the geographic area in which you live & » most importantly, what your client expects to see

13 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Formal Dressing

14 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Formal dress code enables the employees to project the image of trustworthy, knowledgeable business professional.

15 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Formal Dressing for Men

16 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Professional Suit in solid colour. Full sleeve formal shirts. Tie is must. Dark colour trousers.

17 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Clean shaved looks. Moustache or a beard must be well maintained. Hair should be neatly brushed back. Nails should be trimmed and cleaned.

18 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Shoes should be clean and polished. Socks should be of dark colour, such as brown, deep blue and should match with the colour of trousers.

19 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Formal Dressing for Women

20 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Formal Pant or formal skirt with a formal shirt. Women can also wear a scarf or a tie.

21 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Hair should be neatly combed and tied. If you want to leave hair open, make sure that it is brushed back and does not fall on your face. Advisable to tie a neat bun if hairs are too long.

22 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Make up should be minimal, without the usage of dark or flashy colours. Nails should preferably be trimmed and cleaned. If the nails are long then they should be well shaped with no or very light natural colour nail polish.

23 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Wear flat or dress heals to office, which support your feet. Socks should match with the colour of pants or should be in light skin colour to go along with skirts.

24 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Business Casuals For Men For Women

25 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Business casual aims at instilling a friendly and less formal spirit at the workplace. Business casuals are a mix of Business Formals and casual wear. In other words, it is dressing in a way as to appear professional, yet relaxed and approachable.

26 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Business Casuals for Men

27 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Button down shirts, trousers or sport coats. Men can go with denims, cotton trousers or tennis shirts. Polo neck or collared T-shirts are also worn with jeans, trousers. Covered leather shoes. Strict “NO- NO” for sport shoes. Formal hair style.

28 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Business Casuals for Women

29 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Long skirts or trousers with tailored tops. Advisable to go for solid colours for skirt or trousers and pastel shades for tops. Can wear jacket with a skirt. Can wear open toes shoes. Sneakers or sandals should be avoided at all costs. Formal hair style.

30 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Office Dress code in India

31 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Office dress code reflects the work culture of a company. Generally most companies opt for an all formal week and allow their employees to wear business casuals on the weekends.

32 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Official Dress code in India For Men

33 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Formal Suit are preferred with full sleeve formal shirts with printed tie. Business suits should generally be in a neutral colours like Black, Gray or Navy Blue. Light colour suits during day time can also be worn. Suit paints should be creased, with the cuff breaking at shoe tops.

34 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Trousers always to be worn at the waist, with the belt- not on or below the hips. Trousers with vertical self strips are acceptable, horizontal strips are not at all accepted. Trousers in dark colour are preferred for Business Meeting. Light colours are acceptable for daily wearing.

35 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Full sleeve formal shirt are advisable. Advisable to go for light solid colour shirts like white, off- white, shade of blue. Self checked or fine checked shirts are also fine. Vertical striped shirt are fine with plain dark solid colour trousers and not with vertical stripped trousers.

36 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Go for dark colour trousers with light colour shirts. If the trousers are in natural light shade then go for solid colour shirts in shades of blue, light green, cream, mustard.

37 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Tie should be match with the shirt. Go for printed tie. Have dark colour base with simple clear design on the tie. Tie should end at the tip of the belt.

38 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Nails should be trimmed and cleaned. Hair should be short cropped and neatly back brushed, preferably not below the collar line. Choice of after shaves or body spray speaks of personality. Advisable to go for a soft, soothing, yet a strong masculine note.

39 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Shoes should be in Black or Brown not too Bold or fancy. Socks should be of dark colour such as brown, black, deep blue. Socks should be calf high and match with the colour of trousers and shoes. They should have good elastic i.e. not too loose.

40 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: As a rule your leather accessories should match with your shoes i.e. wearing leather shoes, your belt, purse, portfolio or bag should match.

41 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Wear belts that match your outfits. Belts should be of solid leather and have a traditional metallic buckle. Synthetic or woven belts with buckles with animals design, etc are not acceptable.

42 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Carry a good office bag to your office. Preferred colour is black or dark brown. Metallic or dark leather band watches are considered professional. Velcro – closure and sports watches should be avoided.

43 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: In formal business gathering or parties wear metallic cufflinks and a tie pin with full sleeves shirt.

44 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Official Dress code in India For Women

45 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Sarees are considered the most Formal Office Indian Dress.

46 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Salwar Kameez or contemporary Churidaar Suits is most prevalent formal wear. Dupatta may or may not be worn. It totally depends upon the stitch of kameez / suit. A loose – straight fit Kameez need not have dupatta.

47 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Style your hair in smart yet simple hairdos. If you have plain long hair, opt for an elegant bun or simply hold them with a rubber band.

48 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Tone down the use of makeup, hair spray, perfume. Makeup should be subtle. Mild perfume or body Deodorants are a must.

49 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Nails should be clean, neat & of short or medium length. If you polish, a colour like clear, natural colour, light pink or champagne work best. Remove peeled or chipped nail polish.

50 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Wear sleek jewelry. But keep it minimal.

51 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: You could wear midsized danglers in silver or faux metals. A chain or a pendant should be all for the neck.

52 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Go for simple earrings or studs. Do not go for fuss ear studs. Don’t wear too many bangles or jewelry like anklets etc. Single or at the most two bangles can be worn in one hand. Go with a metal, pearl or gold bangles.

53 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Thumb rule wear simple but matching jewellery which go well with the outfit. Generally Pearls are considered sophisticated and elegant.

54 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: In formal business gathering or parties one can wear matching metallic brooch and saree pins.

55 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Choose a handbag or purse to match your outfits. Handbag or purse should be made of fine leather or other good quality material in neutral colours like black or dark brown. Handbags should be of reasonable size if it is to be hanged over the shoulder. The handbags should not hang below the hip.

56 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Choose between closed – mid heel toe shoes, or a mid heel sandals with Salwar kameez, and Churidaar. Wear mid heels closed sandals with saree. Avoid strappy shoes. Never wear athletic shoes, sandals or boots. Keep your shoes in good condition.

57 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: If you are wearing a skirt, nylons are a must. Go for closed – mid heel toe shoes, or a mid heel sandals with skirts. Never wear athletic shoes, sandals or boots.

58 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Colours

59 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Colours have a very powerful way of affecting our impressions on people.

60 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Black, Dark Blue and Dark Charcoal Grey Strong Authoritarian colours Seen as serious, secretive. People dressed in black are not related as warm & friendly. Generally “People at the top” wear black effectively. Black makes you look thinner. BlackDark BlueCharcoal Grey

61 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Lighter shades of Grey and Navy Blue Associated with power, authority, leadership & loyality. Warmer and more approachable. For men, navy blue is preferred. Grey pinstripe has been associated with projected wisdom. Green particularly olive projects flexibility and friendliness. Navy Blue Shades of Grey

62 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Bright colours like red, turquoise, purple, bright blues & greens Are energetic, hard –charging and aggressive. Not considered as professional as darker colours or lighter shades of colours. RedPurple Turquoise Bright BluesBright Greens

63 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Lighter shades of Blue, Green, Yellow, Tan & Beige Convey a sense of warmth, friendliness, approachability and trustworthiness. Do not communicate a sense of authority, power or leadership. Subtle tones, can be very effective to combine friendliness and professionalism. GreenYellowBlueTanBeige

64 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Autumn colours like Rust, brown, Muted shades of yellow or Gold, Olive and Burgundy Perceived as trustworthy, caring and humble. Lacks in strength, competency and leadership. Good choice for caring professionals such as psychologists or counselors. Worn by anyone whose first priority is to be approachable. RustYellowBrownGoldOliveBurgundy

65 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Pastel Colours Most feminine of all colours Feminine traits such as caring, nurturing are associated with them. Not a very good choice if you want to be views as serious, intelligent, competent and professional.

66 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Wear dark colours to command authority or stress intelligence. Want other to relax, feel comfortable and think of you as likable and approachable, wear light or autum colours. To create excitement or draw attention, wear bright colours.

67 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Personal Hygiene & Fitness

68 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Personal hygiene is the first step to good grooming and good health. Every external part of the body demands a basic amount of attention on a regular basis.

69 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Head Lice Lice thrive on unclean hair. Dandruff Dead skin on the scalp comes off in tiny flakes.

70 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Bad Breath Poor oral hygiene and infection on gums often results in a bad odor emanating from the mouth. Smoking can make this worse. Proper brushing of the teeth and oral care can get rid of bad breath.

71 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Bad Breath Contd.. Other reasons for bad breath can be colds, sinuses, throat infections or tonsils. Diseases of the stomach, liver, intestines or uncontrolled diabetes are also possible causes.

72 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Ear Wax Ear wax accumulates in the ear canal that leads from the outer ear to the ear drum. Daily wash with soap and water is enough to keep the outer ear clean.

73 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Body Odor The body has nearly two million sweat glands. These glands produce three quarts to one pint of sweat in a day. The perspiration level increases with an increase in physical exertion or nervous tension. Diet Influence the odor too.

74 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Perspiration The body perspires to keep the body temperature from rising. Sweat is 99% water. Excessive perspiration can lead to the scaling of the skin.

75 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: If the work place health and safety environment is good you are most likely to be healthy. If the environment is not good it will have a negative effect on your body. The stressors in the work place can take a toll on your health.

76 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Your health is subject to risk factor that one doesn’t have control such as age and family history. One of the big risk factor in our life is our personal habits (life style).

77 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Something that we can do, for a great impact on our health. » Stop use of tobacco products » Stop or limit the consumption of alcohol » Exercise daily: walking is a good exercise » Reduce stressors » Eat properly: eat more of fruits and vegetables, reduce meat in take.

78 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Make a Lifestyle change 2.Exercise 3.Drink plenty of water 4.Monitor your portion sizes 5.Keep a Food Journal

79 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Don’t skip meals 7.Avoid Junk Food 8.Modify your favorite recipes 9.Manage your stress 10.Develop a support network

80 Presented by: Charu BhargavaDate: Presented by: Charu Bhargava Thanks


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