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Transcript: More Business Professional Examples Business Casual Business Professional vs. Business Casual Business Professional vs. Business Casual Keys to Success Stop doing this! Dress for your environment and throughout your career always dress for the job you want. Keeping it basic, clean, and simple is always the best policy. Stay with dark colors such as gray, black and blue. Add color with accessories. Choose quality over quantity. Make sure your attire fits your body type, for this will make a dramatic difference in the look you are trying to accomplish. Think conservative…especially for your first interview. Out Dress Business Professional vs. Business Casual Professional Attire Keys to Success Business Professional Women’s Shoes Final Tips for the Ladies For Today's Modern Men & Women Brought to you by the Brothers of Alpha Kappa Psi... Grooming Tips for Men Always dress for the job you want Think basic, clean, simple, and conservative for interviews Colors such as gray, blue, and black are most appropriate for suits Attire must fit your body type Women’s Shoes If you insist on having polished nails, make sure they are not chipped. Keep the perfume to a minimum please. Hair & Make-up. Keep it classic… Professional Attire Grooming Tips for Women Black shoes need black socks. Always wear a belt or suspenders and make sure it matches your shoes. (either or never both) Jeans are always inappropriate for an office environment. Make sure to iron everything that can be ironed. Keep a lint roller around for suits. Make sure you know the distinction between attire for “going out” or “prom” and attire for the “office.” Capri's are appropriate for the office, Bermuda shorts are inappropriate. Make sure you iron everything that can be ironed. Always pack a lent roller. You should need it. Always have a classic handbag for the office. Accessories do’s a don’ts? Leggings are not business professional. You should be covered from just below the collar bone to just above the knee. Never wear what you wore yesterday. A tip for if you must wear the same pantsuit is to change the shirt underneath. When in doubt, consult Vogue or Glamour Magazine. Or Nordstrom Online at http://shop.nordstrom.com/c/womens-clothing-wear-to-work-shop?cm_ven=google&cm_cat=women_generic&cm_pla=womens_business_clothes&cm_ite=women's%20professional%20dress_b&ef_id=udZPMrWHNFgAAMNn:20130127213802:s Men Cut your hair short. Period. Comb hair and rewet in morning to smooth. Being clean-shaven is always best, but if you want to sport a goatee or a beard then make sure to keep it neatly trimmed. Nails should be clean and cut short. Women If you insist on having polished nails, make sure they are not chipped. Keep the perfume to a minimum please. Hair & Make-up. Keep it classic… Black shoes need black socks. Always wear a belt and make sure it matches your shoes. Jeans are always inappropriate for an office environment. Make sure to iron everything that can be ironed. Keep a lent roller around for suits. Purchase a navy blue blazer; it will be the foundation of your entire professional wardrobe. When shopping for professional attire, seek out the professionals for advice, not your girlfriend, wife, mother, etc. Think tailored and fitted rather than bigger and baggy. When in doubt, consult www.gq.com Business Professional Final Tips for the Ladies Final Tips for Men More Men’s Suit Examples Tips for the Ladies Business Casual Business Professional Business Professional Grooming Men’s Shoes Business Casual Why is Professional Dress Important? THANK YOU Business Professional vs. Business Casual (Please stop doing this!) Men’s Shoes Make-up Earth tones are best and keep it minimal. It can enhance your look if done well. Hair Bangs should be away from face. It should not look like you just rolled out of bed. Remember that well-kept hair is part of your image too. Minimum jewelry 1-2 pieces is best Earrings only one set Shoes Close toed Shoes should match belt Professional Attire Business Professional Business Professional Business Professional Business Professional vs. Business Casual Business Casual Business Casual Accessories do’s a don’ts? Leggings are not business professional. You should be covered from just below the collarbone to just above the knee. Never wear what you wore yesterday. When in doubt, consult Vogue or Glamour Magazine. Business Professional vs. Business Casual (Please stop doing this!) Business Professional Your outward appearance is how the public initially perceives you and is the #1 thing that you can control. It will be an integral part of how you will sell yourself to future employers, significant others, peers, society as a whole, etc. (building your own personal brand) It will support your own personal image, your organization's image, and if done correctly it will give you instant credibility. You never know whom you are going to meet and when… suppose you are headed to an interview and the Dean or a CEO steps into the elevator.

Green Hills Church

Transcript: Green Hills Church Visions/Values Heroes Structural Frame Political Frame Human Resource Frame Recommendations Questions? Rituals Open process to produce commitment Large college-age population Small venue Weaker focus on structural and political frames Open communication across all levels Inspiring, High Energy Environment Small Group Environment The Final Word Power Structure Child Care Location Find a larger, permanent venue Money Issues Stay true to mission: “befriend and love Jesus” Newsletters with monthly plans Goals The Church and its Followers Getting word out about church Interns Childcare Media Volunteering Setting up and disassembling Mike Harder Ben Stewart Josh Bronleewe Interns Congregation Opportunities Strengths Bring in potential elders Events such as Vacation Bible School Professional Bureaucracy Strategic Apex Operating Core Support Staff Mission Minded Weekly Meetings Open and Thoughtful Sermon Preparation Social Media Role of Lower-Level Participants Community and mission oriented Address the Structural Frame Utilize the congregation to raise funds Appeal to the 30s crowd Accommodating Welcoming & Warm Environment Strong human resource and symbolic frames Dedicated congregation Dedicated staff Unique and convenient location Weaknesses Keep people involved and communication open Questions Benefits of having common group goal Limitations of power in a religious environment Running a church like a business Difficult economy Many different churches in Nashville The Political Frame in a Church Goal Setting & Communication "To call people back to God." Mintzberg Symbolic Frame Designate someone to only handle finances Create a more defined decision making process Background Strategic Planning Recommendations Where does the decision making lie? Rules and regulations for managers? Mission Statement Gatherings to promote participation Decision Making Ceremonies Constant opportunity to grow and expand Online resources Word-of-mouth advertising Internships Mission trips Threats Open Environment Social Media Interactive Sermon Approaching Conflict Exchange information, needs, and feelings Create best "product" possible Structural inhibitors to completing goals Body Language Food

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