Grooming

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Personal Development for Self & Body Image Great for job seekers how to succeed in grooming yourself for job interviews/dream career Perfect for everyone to learn more how to get the best image for a beginning to a spectacular life!

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  • BY SOFIANAZNIM
  • Art of self-presentation. Commonly used to refer to a person appearance. It is made up of personal hygiene, tidy hair, appropriate dressing and includes yourlooks not forgetting your body language, communication skills and manners. SNH
  • As how you see yourself As how others see you As what you truly are SNH
  • Attitude Physical Appearance Communication Skill Body LanguagePersonal Hygiene SNH
  • Self image Personal view we have of ourselves. Mental image or self-portrait. Internal dictionary that describes the characteristics of the self. How self image developed Product of learning where basically we are the reflections of our parents or caregivers. Relationships reinforce what we think and feel about ourselves. SNH
  • Define personal goals and objective Set realistic and measurable goals Identify childhood labels Confront thinking distortions Stop comparing yourself to others Develop your strengths SNH
  • cont. Learn to love yourself Remember that you are unique Give positive affirmations Learn to laugh and smile Remember how far you have come SNH
  • Body image A part of self-image More than how do we look like or how others see us Also refers to how we think, feel and react to our own physical attributes Body-image development is affected by cultural images and the influence of family, peers and others How we enhance our body image Body images are not fixed. Our body experiences change as we grow older, and each stage in our life is associated with body-image markers Changing body-image means more than changing our body. It means changing how we think, feel and react to our body SNH
  • Challenge misleading assumptions about body appearance Explore your personal body-image with its strengths and limitation Accept and love who you are Be comfortable with your body Have positive experiences with your body Be a friend to your body with positive affirmations SNH
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  • Professional attitude and friendly Good communication skills: Fluency in what you speak, accent, language and voice clarity Presentation skills Good listener Gracious SNH
  • Good memory or ability to remember your checklist and safety procedures Ability to remain calm and take change of situation Patient and Diplomatic Charming and High sense of grooming Efficient SNH
  • Time management Confidence Willing to succeed Health maintenance Sound mind with sound body Love towards service (human) SNH
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  • Do make the person you are talking to feel secure by offering a lot of support and appreciation Don't feel that everything has to be resolved at one time Don't make your date or partner feel uncomfortable by judging, criticizing, or making fun of what he or she has to say Do listen carefully and avoid interrupting while the other person is talking SNH
  • Do relax. Feeling anxious can mess up your confidence and attention Do get to the point and be clear on what you want to get across or if you have any questions Don't use offensive vocabularies and expressions in the way you communicate Cont. SNH
  • We need to effectively communicate our professionalism both verbally and nonverbally Body language is very crucial in a job interview which most job candidates spend a significant amount of time worrying about what they will say during their interview only to blow it all with their body language for example how we walk, move, sit and stand SNH
  • Prepared yourself by reading up on the company Practiced what you'll say to some of the more common interview questions Have them at "hello" If you are rocking back in your chair, shaking your foot, drumming your fingers or scratching anything, you're going to look like the type of future employee who wouldn't be able to stay focused Shake your hand, watch yourself SNH
  • Even if you really do just have a cramp in your neck, these gestures make you look disinterested Rub the back of your head or neck This suggests that you're not being completely honest Rub or touch your nose SNH
  • This will make you appear disinterested and unprepared Slouch back in your seat You'll appear ready to make a mad dash for the door Lean your body towards the door SNH
  • You'll appear unfriendly and disengaged Sit with your armed folded across your chest It's distracting and shows how uncomfortable you are Cross your legs and idly shake one over the other This is a look people naturally adapt when they are trying to distance themselves Stare back blankly SNH
  • In addition to projecting interest and engagement in the interaction, aligning your body's position to that of the interviewer's shows admiration and agreement Sit up straight, and lean slightly forward in your chair Nod and make positive gestures in moderation to avoid looking like a bubblehead Show your enthusiasm by keeping an interested expression SNH
  • Invading aromas can arouse allergies Being the candidate that gave the interviewer a headache isn't going to do anything in your favour Limit your application of colognes and perfumes Make sure you briefly address both people with your gaze (without looking like a tennis spectator) and return your attention to the person who has asked you a question If you have more than one person interviewing you at once SNH
  • Invading personal space (anything more than 20 inches) could make the interviewer feel uncomfortable and take the focus away from your conversation Establish a comfortable amount of personal space between you and the interviewer If they do, refrain from staring at your interviewer while they address their immediate business and motion your willingness to leave if they need privacy Interruptions can happen Standing increases your level of alertness and allows you to become more engaged in the conversation Stand up and smile even if you are on a phone interview SNH
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  • Avoid the word 'like' Don't speak loudly Speak with respect to and of others by avoiding negative or insulting remarks Don't ever speak of bodily functions SNH
  • Always respect all elders Using the terms 'Thank you' Holds open a door for anyone Speak highly of your parents and show respect for them SNH
  • Do not swear, use filthy language, or tell sexual jokes Greet others appropriately even if you know someone well Show interest in others by asking questions about them Pay attention to how you carry yourself SNH
  • Don't put others down, belittle them, or spread gossip Don't interrupt, cut off, or override others unless they are insulting or swearing Ask for clarification properly Never use a phone when entering a bathroom, as some things are meant to be private SNH
  • Check your voice! Avoid using the computer while on the phone unless it's part of customer services Make meaningful introductions Don't send letters or notes written in red ink or pencil SNH
  • Credit to Muhammad Hamdi Bin Puteh, Norazuin Jonit, Natasha Ismail, Ain Naziha Nor Adzim & Umi Abidah Nor Credit to Google images Credit to http://www.pptbackgroundstemplates.com SNH