Media Inquiries are welcome
regarding the public image/perception of a Political Icon...candidate, politician, spouse, relative, and their staff.
Corporate Icons also make headlines... call on us to comment on
current perceptions of corporate leaders in the news.
- what the perception is currently,- what would we recommend,- what errors have affected their image, and- how do we recommend recovering from image errors.
Call Patsy Cisnerosto set the interview time.
Does the candidate, politician, and corporate icon demonstrate good judgment to act, do, and say the right things at the right time?
What could the candidate, politician, or corporate icon do to improve their credibiity in the minds of the public?
Does the candidate, politician, and corporate icon connect well with their followers and with people who have not yet made up their minds about their ability to lead, their likeability, and trust-worthiness?
Does the candidate, politician, and corporate icon carry themselves with comfortable confidence or are they over-confident and unrelatable, or distant, arrogant, elitist?
CLICK ON EACH PHOTO to be linked to a few examples of Article and Video Interviews
Rolling Up Those Sleeves, Pete Buttigieg "uniform" mixes function with campaign message
South Bend Tribune
The surprising strategy behind Hillary Clinton’s designer wardrobe
New York Post
This is what the wives of GOP hopefuls all have
New York Post
Political image specialist Patsy Cisneros discusses the price tag of Hillary Clinton’s fashion choices. Was it the right time and message to wear
Do Clothes Maketh
Corporate & Political
link is to StraightTimes.com - Singapaore
Patsy Cisneros of
Corporate Icon's political image development division; Political Icon was interviewed about the image of Democratic Presidential Hopefuls
FOX NEWS REPORTS with Brett Baier