Her clients include business professionals from a wide variety of industries, nationally known political figures, writers, university professors, seminar leaders, and entertainers. Sherry's corporate clients range from international companies in technology, finance, advertising, law, oil and gas, real estate, retail, to pharmaceutical, insurance, health-care, and professional-services companies.
An accomplished motivational speaker and author, Sherry has made appearances and been interviewed by over 200 TV, radio and print publications across the U.S. and Canada. This includes multiple appearances on NBC's Today show, Fox National News, ABC, CBS, and NBC television affiliates, NPR radio, a wide variety of AM and FM radio talk shows, and interviews with USA Today, the Financial Times, Associated Press, the Wall Street Journal, In-Style magazine, Selling Power, and Business Week.
Observing massive confusion surrounding professional business attire in the workplace and inundated with pleas for advice, Sherry wrote the category best-seller, Casual Power: How to Power Up your Nonverbal Communication and Dress Down for Success. In addition, Sherry is the author and producer of the DVD series, (i> Brand a Positive Business Image.
Sherry's book is both informative and very interesting.
And it gives excellent guidelines for dressing well at every level of business dressing whether dot.com casual or more traditional and conservative.
Despite my entry-level income, I was able to afford better clothing at discount stores such as Target or by shopping online.
This is about how to dress for working plase if you are lady boss. Other sides of life is not mention. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Olga Kondrashina
Nice overview of how to be casual in a workplace without looking inappropriate. Some of the engineers who've worked for me would benefit greatly from this text. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Alan Zimmerman
Although this book was published 12 years ago, the principles are still valid and important. The author openly prefers a dressy form of casual attire, but in the right business... Read morePublished on August 5, 2011 by The Thinker
I work as a degreed Engineer selling turbomachinery technical products to the power generation, refining, and chemical business. Read morePublished on May 15, 2011 by John
I just had to take the time to share my reawakening experience with Casual Power. Recently, I was getting ready to move and sorting out my things and rediscovered this book. Read morePublished on May 7, 2011 by Denise Caliva
The best things about Casual Power are the illustrations and pictures. You can really see what Sherry Maysonave is talking about. Read morePublished on October 11, 2009 by Citizen John
This book defines "casual business" dress and provides succinct descriptions as well as sketches of appropriate and inappropriate dress for men and women for different business... Read morePublished on March 11, 2008 by Emmie Barry
As a former clothing buyer spending all of my work time selecting, presenting, and advertising the latest fashions I now wish I had Sherry's book to impress upon me personally how... Read morePublished on September 22, 2006 by Marlene M. Mcgovern