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  • 1. Admissions 201 Richard C. StackpoleAssistant Dean of Student Affairs and Support Services University of Cincinnati Whitney Zunic Assistant Director of Admission Baldwin Wallace University
  • 2. Whether you’re just starting your career or are well onthe way, these pointers will help you be a success!!
  • 3. Typically, you will receive:• Visible Aspects• Job Description• Mechanical Aspects• Hours• Meetings• Reports• Performance Goals
  • 4. “WE ALL WORKTOGETHER AS A TEAM!”
  • 5. Who will tell you what attitudes and behaviorseparate those who did not get a promotion to those who got the promotion?
  • 6. Individuals do not become professionals because of a sudden leap that they make into the stratosphere. Individuals becomeprofessionals because of their lifetimededication and commitment to higher standards and ideals, honorable values, and continuous self- improvement Jim Ball, Author
  • 7. 1. Dress for the position.
  • 8. 2. Get to know the staff.
  • 9. 3. Simply carrying your share is not enough.
  • 10. 4. Follow through.
  • 11. 5. Anticipate problems.
  • 12. 6. Be resilient about foul-ups.
  • 13. 7. Take care of problems.
  • 14. 8. Attendance counts.
  • 15. 9. Be receptive to new initiatives.
  • 16. 10. Don’t be a squeaky wheel.
  • 17. 11. Choose your battles.
  • 18. 12. Don’t hold grudges.
  • 19. 13. Deal directly with theperson who can make the decision.
  • 20. 14. Solve your ownproblems whenever possible.
  • 21. 15. Learn to translate.
  • 22. 16. Learn what other peoplein the organization are doing.
  • 23. 17. Get along with co-workers.
  • 24. 18.Protect the organization’s reputation and privacy.
  • 25. 19. Let others win.
  • 26. 20. Learn timing.
  • 27. 21. Don’t lie.
  • 28. 22. Professional Development
  • 29. 23. Get to know your peers.
  • 30. 24. Never assume otherpeople have your standards.
  • 31. 25. Use common sense in applying these and allbusiness behavior rules to your own situations.
  • 32. Questions????