Guide to professionalism

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  • 1. Get, Set, Go
    Guide to Professional Success
    SNR College| Coimbatore | 9 March 2010
  • 2. What is this?
  • 3. What are your goals?
  • 4. Your goals
    Good job
    MNC posting
    Foreign MS
    High salary
    Respect in society
  • 5. What is the one thing needed to get all that?
    Professionalism
  • 6. Professionalism
    What is your idea of professionalism?
    Close your eyes and think for a minute. What comes to your mind when you hear the word professional?
  • 7. Professional?
    You have to perform at a consistently higher level than others. That's the mark of a true professional.”
  • 8. What do I need to be Professional?
  • Your Image and Self-Perception
    3 sides to your self image
    As you see yourself
    As others see you
    As you truly are
  • 14. The Building Blocks
    Physical Appearance
    Behavior
    Communication
    Body Language
    Personal hygiene
  • 15. Building blocks….
  • Personal Appearance - Attire
    Attire for Gentlemen
    Shirt
    Trousers
    Ties
    Shoes
    Socks
    Belt
    Accessories
    Attire for Ladies
    Salwars/ Saris
    Suits – Classic
    Fitting
    Colors
    Footwear
    Jewellery
    Make-up
  • 19. Behavior
    Greetings
    Names
    Hand-shake
    Smiles
    Courtesy
  • 20. Communication
    Verbal
    Voice
    Clarity
    Speed
    Written
    Mails
    Reports
    Letters
  • 21. Body language
    Posture – When you stand up tall and relax your shoulders, you will appear healthy and confident
    Correct posture
    Straight posture.
    Visualization
    Sitting- Standing- Walking
    Approaching chair
    Feet on ground
    Getting up
  • 22. Personal Hygiene
    Nails
    Toes
    Beard
    Sideburns
    Hair
    Deodorants
    Perfumes
    Eyebrows
    Body hair
    Cleanliness
  • 23. Time management
    Punctuality
    Start early
    Call and inform
    Use of resources and time
    Questions
    Notes
    Deadlines
  • 24. Self respect
    Work reflects your inner character
    Strive for Excellence
    100%. Period
    Don’t view it as a job
  • 25. Responsibility
    Rights
    Boundaries limits
    Don’t meddle
    NO GOSSIP
    Initiative at work
    Blame games
  • 26. Ettiquete
    “Etiquette means behaving yourself a little better than is absolutely essential.”– Will Cuppy
    Listening
    Mobile phone
    Email etiquette
    Assuming
    Pointing fingers
  • 27. Professionalism (a) Attitude
    A true professional radiates competence and confidence.
    A professional keeps his/her personal business personal.
    A professional is always positive, focused, and energetic.
    A professional avoids engaging in or repeating gossip.
  • 28. Professionalism (a) Attitude
    A professional always maintains the highest levels of honesty and integrity.
    A professional never compromises his/her professionalism by engaging in risky behaviors outside of the work place.
    A professional is a role-model
  • 29. Keep smiling
  • 30. Thank You!
    +91-97-87- 55- 55- 44
    • training@edventures1.com
    • 31. www.edventures1.com