Image Matters customizes corporate training to fit the needs of your company, raising professionalism at all levels — from the customer service desk to the highest level executives. Whether the issue is appearance, behavior or communication skills, Image Matters' real world training motivates your employees for self-improvement and aligns their personal success with your corporate brand.
Your image is your competitive advantage! Let Image Matters help you maximize the potential of your personal presence through confidential one-on-one coaching. Experience shows that as little as five hours of coaching can result in a dramatic transformation of your personal image! We will help you maximize your influence and charisma by upgrading your appearance, behavior, communication and emotional intelligence.
In 2001, Kathryn Lowell launched Image Matters to advise corporate groups and individuals alike on image enhancement as a stepping- stone to higher productivity and personal success. For hundreds of individual clients and for audiences at her popular talks and seminars, she is a trusted expert bringing a holistic approach to enhancing personal brand. By improving appearance, business and social etiquette, interpersonal behavior, effective public speaking and emotional intelligence, Kathryn moves clients from ordinary to outstanding and from career stagnation to career acceleration.
Unlike fashion-industry spokespeople or image consultants that coach celebrities, Kathryn's own personal story resonates with her clients and audiences. Her rural upbringing, her transition to life at Yale University and later working in finance on Wall Street and emerging markets taught her the importance and skills of relating to people at every social stratum. With an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship from UCLA and corporate experience in the U.S., Europe and Africa, Kathryn is uniquely qualified to address the personal image needs of employees at all levels of an organization. Her specialty is assisting career climbers achieve the qualities of executive presence.