It is Monday, 8.30am, you have just applied the finishing touches to your make-up and are having a last glance at yourself in the full length mirror before stepping out of the door. Suddenly, you hear a message coming through on your mobile.
You take the phone out of your bag, it is from your boss. Your pulse starts to race, there is a last minute change, she wants you to wear red instead of white to today's conference.
You have less than 20 minutes to change into red and accessorize it perfectly. Do you think you could do that? It may rather daunting to some but this is how good you have to be to be part of one of the mentors' teams at SENTINAL.
Keeping our girls on their toes is how we maintain the highest standards and it is why the graduates from IMAGEMAX are so sought after.
The above scenario is just one of the many ways in which we drill into our trainees the importance of looking their absolute best at all times, which is also reflected in their high standard of work. But this is only part of the story. The colours which they are instructed to wear are not always random. Sometimes they are what we,the mentors will be wearing to a conference or important meeting with potential new clients.
|Jacquelyn receives last minute instructions|
Having their team of assistants walking obediently behind them wearing outfits which compliment theirs demonstrates how disciplined and truly professional our graduates are. It also sends a powerfully provocative message to the feminized assistants themselves that not only are they now in a fully servile role but that they can now be considered mere accessories..like a belt or pair of shoes. The concept was first dreamed up by EMMA ,who after dressing her trainee personal assistant in an outfit which colours matched hers found that it drew a lot of attention which in turn made it even easeir to exert her control. Since then it has incorporated into our programme and it's now not uncommon to see our mentors with teams up to three or four strong behind them!
|Jacquelyn with her mentor Isabella|