Jacket of Power - Authority

Back in the 1980s the phrase 'power suit' was used to describe a suit characterised by sharp cuts and wide shoulder pads worn by the rich and powerful. They were meant to denote that the person was successful, but for many the phrase also became synonymous with someone who portrayed success on the outside, but lacked integrity on the inside. What we wear does make a difference to how we are perceived. If you meet someone, if they are dressed poorly then it creates an impression, rightly or wrongly, that the organisation they stand for is poorly run. When I was a headteacher, if I had an important meeting I would make sure that my 'jacket of power' was on. Putting on my jacket made me look sm

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