Denver is a place where many executives come to visit. However, many of these executives are not visiting for pleasure but, rather, an important meeting with the head honcho of the company where they are employed. With that, if you’re an employee who is visiting Denver for an important meeting, it’s time to impress the big guy or gal. Whether you are aware of it or not, many people will be judging you by your perceived contributions, and there are considerable ways that you can appear to be more productive to your head honcho.

How to improve the perception of your colleagues.

  • Arrive early. It’s important that you arrive early. Have you ever heard the saying “If you’re on time, you’re late. If you’re early, you’re on time.”?  If not, it’s time that you put this saying into practice. Take every chance you get to impress your boss by proving you have great work ethic, such as arriving early to make sure you’re on time.
  • Dress impressive. It’s important that you dress well in front of your peers. If you do, you’ll be perceived as being a better worker, but be sure not to go too far with this one. It’s important to find an equal balance of obvious flattery versus appropriately dressed. For example, don’t wear a tie if it’s not normal business attire. If others wear ties, be sure to wear a simple, nice and clean one.
  • Arrive in style. Drive an impressive car to your meeting. Whether the head honcho sees your arrival or not, you’ll at least become confident by driving a vehicle that makes you feel empowered. If your boss does see the car you drove, it’s a great way to show them that you’re an organized employee that takes care of yourself and business. If you don’t have a luxury car, it’s important that you make it seem as if you do. You can easily achieve this with a Porsche rental in Denver.

Don’t go anywhere just yet. The professionals at Klasse Auto Rentals want you to be able to dress to impress and arrive not only on time, but in style. Reserve a Porsche rental with us now and stay tuned for more great advice on how to impress your boss during your visit to Denver.