Principles Of Presenting Yourself- The Path To Professionalism

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Principles Of Presenting Yourself- The Path To Professionalism

  1. 1. Principles of Presenting Yourself Tips on how to think like a Presenter The Path to Professionalism John Consultant Fallon Presentation Skills
  2. 2. What does it mean to be a professional?
  3. 3. Professional: a person that engages in a pursuit / activity professionally
  4. 4. Professionalism reflects the conduct, aims, or qualities that mark a profession or professional person
  5. 5. Why be a professional? What’s in it for you?
  6. 6. Three reasons to be a professional:
  7. 7. Pride… improve self confidence and create a support system
  8. 8. Respect… admiration from others and desired by employers
  9. 9. Opportunities… get noticed, be in demand and career advancement
  10. 10. Establish the rules…
  11. 11. Teach the core principles…
  12. 12. Provide reminders and reinforcement…
  13. 13. 5 Keys to being a true professional…
  14. 14. Character is who you are and what you stand for
  15. 15. Attitude is your mental outlook on the world
  16. 16. Excellence is your commitment to the highest quality
  17. 17. Competency is your degree of expertise
  18. 18. Conduct is how you deal and interact with others
  19. 19. To be a professional, you must…
  20. 20. Make a commitment to being a professional
  21. 21. Always do and say what you is the right thing to do or say
  22. 22. Look and act professionally
  23. 23. Take pride in your work
  24. 24. Learn your craft and teach it to others
  25. 25. Be accountable and responsible for your actions
  26. 26. Do not tolerate mediocrity
  27. 27. Do whatever you need to do whenever you need to do it
  28. 28. Do something useful to serve others
  29. 29. Continually invest in your own professional development and growth
  30. 30. Begin your quest on the path to professionalism

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