In an increasingly competitive marketplace, good old fashioned honesty, a dash of innovation, and a strong work ethic are no longer enough to ensure success. It’s becoming increasingly important to market yourself to employers and clients and to uphold your professional image—often even outside the office.

While some consult the pros for image management, this isn’t something everyone can afford, so we asked two image consultants for a few tips. From the interview process all the way to the executive boardroom, these dos and don’ts when it comes to your appearance, behavior, and communication in the workplace will help you keep your professional image on the up and up.

Special thanks to the following image consultants for their input:

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  • Carolina D. Tan (member, Association of Image Consultants International) from Enhance Your Image Training Consultancy. You can contact Ms. Tan via her mobile (+63-917-8549887) or landline (+63-2-5021263) numbers or e-mail her at carol@enhanceyourimage.asia. You may also visit her company’s website at www.enhanceyourimage.asia to learn more.
  • Victoria Abraham (member, Association of Image Consultants International) from the Victoria Abraham Image Institute, located at The Regency at Salcedo, Tordesillas cor. Sanchez St., Salcedo Village, Makati 1227. You may contact Ms. Abraham via her mobile (+63-918-9432516) or landline (+63-2-3428017) numbers or visit her website at www.victoriaabraham.com.
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