Perception is just a by-product. If you are being perceived wrongly, then
a) There is probably something wrong somewhere else that needs fixing first, perception will automatically happen.
b) The perceiver is wrong. And in this case, there is nothing out of the way you need to do. There is a school of thought that tells you need to go out and manage the perception of the perceiver - to which my answer is - it's nonsense, and it's not worth it.
So, please, do not let people tell you that you need to manage your perception. Fix the real problem, if there is one. If there isn't, just stay put.