Corporate & Personal Image Consultant
Image Consultant Helen Perry:
When clients place their trust in me with something as personal as their appearance, the style with which they greet the world, I pay close attention. Attention to their goals, their world, their approach. What’s working for them, what’s not? With every presentation, every handout, every garment selected for a client, there is purpose. Clarifying the basics of tone of voice, dress and mannerisms inevitably improves interaction with others both personally and professionally.
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The only sustainable source of competitive advantage that you have is your ability to learn faster than your competition.
Eticool School was developed in 1992 by Helen Perry and designed to give young people communication skills and manners vital to their success.
Tristan Klimas attended Eticool School during elementary school. Ten years later, I had the pleasure of creating the perfect college wardrobe!
Etiquette – Men and Women
Ensuring that others feel comfortable around you is the most valuable benefit of practicing good etiquette. With that, we don't "use" good manners, we "have"them.
Houston's Blue Bird Circle celebrated 90 years at Houston Country Club. The 50 looks on 19 models were styled and coordinated by Helen Perry. All proceeds went to Texas Children.
Judgements are not based on our personality or intentions but on our behavior. Impression Management Coaching gives clients an objective assessment of how they maybe coming across, what maybe holding them back and how to truly bring their A-Game to the table.
Helen was recently featured on the Beyond The Business Podcast and shred her wisdom as a personal image consultant. You can listen to the full episode below!
Awards & Publications
Post Pandemic Professionalism
The phone is ringing again. HR managers, while glad teams are returning to the office, show concern over a more relaxed attitude and appearance. Curious about Impression
Sage Advice: Covidiquette
So, you tested positive. You may have thought it was for other people, but no. You’re not only physically exhausted, the mental hoops required to jump through