Principles Of Presenting Yourself- The Path To Professionalism

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This is one presentation in a series involving presentation skills and professionalism training in the classroom and seminars.


<ul><li> Principles of Presenting Yourself Tips on how to think like a Presenter The Path to Professionalism John Consultant Fallon Presentation Skills </li> <li> What does it mean to be a professional? </li> <li> Professional: a person that engages in a pursuit / activity professionally </li> <li> Professionalism reflects the conduct, aims, or qualities that mark a profession or professional person </li> <li> Why be a professional? Whats in it for you? </li> <li> Three reasons to be a professional: </li> <li> Pride improve self confidence and create a support system </li> <li> Respect admiration from others and desired by employers </li> <li> Opportunities get noticed, be in demand and career advancement </li> <li> Establish the rules </li> <li> Teach the core principles </li> <li> Provide reminders and reinforcement </li> <li> 5 Keys to being a true professional </li> <li> Character is who you are and what you stand for </li> <li> Attitude is your mental outlook on the world </li> <li> Excellence is your commitment to the highest quality </li> <li> Competency is your degree of expertise </li> <li> Conduct is how you deal and interact with others </li> <li> To be a professional, you must </li> <li> Make a commitment to being a professional </li> <li> Always do and say what you is the right thing to do or say </li> <li> Look and act professionally </li> <li> Take pride in your work </li> <li> Learn your craft and teach it to others </li> <li> Be accountable and responsible for your actions </li> <li> Do not tolerate mediocrity </li> <li> Do whatever you need to do whenever you need to do it </li> <li> Do something useful to serve others </li> <li> Continually invest in your own professional development and growth </li> <li> Begin your quest on the path to professionalism </li> </ul>