Professionalism at workplace by Ernest MUHIRWA

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This presentation is good for anyone who want to know and to practice more about the ownership and professionalism at any given working area.
May be in the Organization, Health Institute, Health Facilities, Business, Public sector and Private one, ...

Some time the people like to claim about the incentive before to accomplish their duties/tasks; here you will know the very important things way to claim incentive.

I also want to emphasize to anyone who want to ask Motivation, in fact no one must ask motivation.
There are two kind of motivation, Self Motivation (you have to be motivate in your workplace) and Managerial Motivation (The Manager has ability to increase your salary for instance if you perform well better than previously)
Reason why this is your time to know more about Professionalism.

Ernest MUHIRWA
Kigali-Rwanda

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Professionalism at workplace by Ernest MUHIRWA

  1. 1. Professionalism at work Presented by Ernest MUHIRWA District M&E Coordinator/PIH-IMB
  2. 2. Overview j born Growth Study Helping the society Help ourselves degree Society life Job application get a job Sciences Contract Ground to practice what you learnt from school and become Professional
  3. 3. Con't • Its your time to produce to be sustained yourself and help your family with not forget your society but special the product needed on first level is at your • In this manner I Ernest MUHIRWA want to share with you this presentation then we discuss together in order to become Professional. • However, your employer begin to see your performance either good or bad. Employer will be happy to see you as new professional employee, because your great professionalism.
  4. 4. What Is professionalism? • The competence or skill expected of a professional. The key to quality and efficiency is professionalism • the conduct, aims, or qualities that characterize or mark a profession or a professional person.
  5. 5. Con't • There is much more to being a professional than simply acquiring the best training and skills. • Becoming an expert in your field is only one part of earning the respect of clients and colleagues. • A large part of achieving recognition as a professional has to do with the way that you present yourself to others. • It is a mindset that becomes easier to apply as you progress further and becomes an inspiration for others to follow.
  6. 6. Five important keys to being a true professional 1. Character 2. Attitude 3. Excellence 4. Competency 5. Conduct
  7. 7. 10 Ways To Be Professional at Work 1. Competence. You’re good at what you do and you have the skills and knowledge that enable you to do your job well. 2. Reliability. People can depend on you to show up on time, submit your work when it’s supposed to be ready, etc. 3. Honesty. You tell the truth and are upfront (sincere) about where things stand. 4. Integrity. You are known for your consistent principles. 5. Respect For Others. Treating all people as if they mattered is part of your approach.
  8. 8. Con't • 6. Self-Upgrading. Rather than letting your skills or knowledge become outdated, you seek out ways of staying current. 7. Being Positive. No one likes a constant pessimist. Having an upbeat attitude and trying to be a problem- solver makes a big difference. 8. Supporting Others. You share the spotlight with colleagues, take time to show others how to do things properly, and lend an ear when necessary. 9. Staying Work-Focused. Not letting your private life needlessly have an impact on your job, and not spending time at work attending to personal matters. 10. Listening Carefully. People want to be heard, so you give people a chance to explain their ideas properly.
  9. 9. Professional & Ethical Behavior in the Workplace Professionalism and ethical behavior in the workplace can benefit your career and improve your working environment. • Meetings • Communication • Time Management • Employee Safety
  10. 10. Causes of lack of professionalism • There are many causes of lack of professionalism, one among them is missing motivation. • This is the time to discuss together about MOTIVATION.
  11. 11. Motivation Motivation people is about getting them to move in the direction you want them to go in order to achieve the result. Motivating yourself is about setting the direction independently and then a course of action which will ensure that you get there and they expect to lead to the attainment of the goal
  12. 12. Two types of Motivation at workers • Hygiene factors: related to the environment and condition of job • Motivators factors: motivating toward superior performance and passively affecting job satisfaction
  13. 13. Motivation at work can take two ways • First, people can motivate themselves by seeking, finding and carrying out work that satisfies their needs or lead them to expect to achieve their goals • Secondly, people can be motivated by management through payment, promotion, praise, etc
  14. 14. Way to be self motivated at work • Partnership Working: - Asking what you do not understand - Create relationship/Friendship - Respect your supervisor - Etc • Do all requirements of your Supervisor: - Good respond - Meet deadline - Respect the timeline - Be organized - Etc
  15. 15. To be organized, Eg. Best Filing
  16. 16. Don’t do the belong things: • Do not ask motivation if: Your performance is low, you did want to improve your skills etc. Here remember that time you were hired to your current job, it was no motivation though. You were only want to have self motivation Normally if the productivity the employer must motivate their employees in order to stimulate them for next. Example: Do not ask motivation if the service remains the same before.
  17. 17. Disorganized office
  18. 18. References • www.oxforddictionaries.com • www.goalsinstitute.com • www.career-advice.monster.ca • www.smallbusiness.chron.com

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