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wall street journal
We were recently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, April 22, 2015.

Read the Wall Street Journal article: To Look Young at Work, Hiding Your (Child's) Age - Working parents who mix with young colleagues may hesitate to reveal they have teenagers by Sue Shellenbarger.


"With adoptions, blended families, second marriages, third marriages, children’s ages are just not relevant anymore” as an indicator of a person’s age, says Karen Kaufman, president of the Kaufman Partnership, Philadelphia, Impression Management consultants.

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Karen Kaufman was featured in The Wall Street Journal, August 12, 2011


"How can you polish your presence? 'For starters, you should pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses. People are blind to their biggest derailers,' says Karen Kaufman, a Philadelphia executive coach."

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Drexel University

Impression Management: A Key Leadership Tool in DNP Graduates

By Vicki D. Lachman, PhD, APRN, MBE & Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow, PhD, RN
ACNS-BC Drexel University, College of Nursing and Health Professions, Philadelphia, PA, July 2011


"First impression counts, especially when we know it takes 8-10 experiences to alter this first impression... with only 20% of this impression being the content of what is said. The evaluation of the seminar was unanimously positive."

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Philadelphia Business Journal

Managing Your Impression Improves Business

Philadelphia Business Journal, September 4-10, 2009


"What many people fail to realize is that they can actually learn how to manage their impression more effectively ... Have you invested in your appearance in the same way that you have updated your credentials? If not, it's time you do."

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The Legal Intelligencer

Improve Retention of Associates by Improving Partners' Relationship Skills

The Legal Intelligencer, December 2007


"Great lawyers tend to be less-than-great managers. They're smart and talented, but they can lack the necessary relationship skills and experience to effectively manage people."

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The Kaufman Partnership provides expertise in the field of Impression and Relationship Management. For additional information on content or offerings, contact: kk@kpartners.com or by telephone: 215.592.9709