How to Make Your Professional Image Work for You


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This month we will continued the conversation on personal branding. How you present yourself in the workplace, or in your business, is important when it comes to building trust and credibility.

For the very first time, we featured a guest for our Water Cooler Chat! Latoya Mathews from L&R Image Group gave us 5 steps women can take to make their professional image work for them. Here’s a sneak peek:

  1. Don’t fight it

  2. The keyword is YOU

  3. Develop a powerful wardrobe

  4. Join professional organizations

  5. Communicate who you are

Tune in to the Water Cooler Chat for more!


What is your signature workplace style?

About Latoya Mathews

Latoya Mathews is the founder/Chief Visionary Officer and Certified Visual Brand Consultant for L&R Image Group, a visual style branding company that helps women increase their professional marketability while promoting financial growth. With a passion to empower and help women prosper in style, she used her experience in Corporate America to found L&R Image Group in 2017. As a working mother and wife, Latoya know the importance of looking, feeling, and being one’s est. She brings hand-on insight and skills to her practice-leveraging over 14 years of client relations experience, with a fun yet systematic approach. Like a student in a classroom Latoya studies her client’s personality to develop meaningful connections and deliver a bespoke service. A native of Mississippi, Latoya now resides in the peach state of Georgia with her loving handsome husband of 11 years, and beautiful radiant 10-year-old daughter.

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