By Manning Manning, Haddock Patricia
Figuring out your task is a vital step in getting forward at paintings, yet being strong at your task will not be sufficient. you want to even be regarded as a qualified enterprise individual. Being a qualified is greater than being technically knowledgeable. it really is having the ability to converse successfully, have interaction with others adequately, and enhance long term, at the same time important relationships. This e-book was once written that can assist you construct your acceptance as a real specialist. when you perform the information, you'll enhance the abilities you must be successful. we advise that you're taking issues slowly. pick out one tip to begin with and while it turns into a behavior, upload one or extra. individuals with a name of professionalism are noticeable as those who find themselves versatile and wish to profit. As you alter a few conduct, you'll be spotted as anyone others can rely on and belief.
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Use the person’s name to aid in remembering it. Page 30 Shaking Hands Women and men both shake hands today. Offer your hand at a 90-degree angle to the floor. Firmly grip the other person’s hand, not too limply or too strongly. Pretend you’re squeezing a peach or nectarine. Don’t just shake the other person’s fingers; shake palm to palm. If you can’t shake with your right hand for any reason, take the lead and extend your left hand first. If someone extends his left hand to you, respond with your left hand.
Com or call her at 888-863-3919. Page v Preface “Hold yourself responsible for a higher standard than anybody expects of you. ” —Henry Ward Beecher Knowing your job is an important step in getting ahead at work, but being good at your job may not be enough. You must also be thought of as a professional business person. Being a professional is more than being technically proficient. It’s being able to communicate effectively, interact with others appropriately, and develop long-term, mutually beneficial relationships.
Making small improvements can result in major positive changes. People with a reputation of professionalism are seen as those who are flexible and want to learn. As you change some of your habits, you will be noticed as someone others can depend on and trust. Marilyn Manning, Ph. D. —Pat Page vi Contents Part 1: Become a Professional Tip 1: Define Professionalism for Yourself 3 Tip 2: Develop a Professional Attitude 4 Tip 3: Respect Yourself 6 Tip 4: Respect Others 8 Tip 5: Be a Team Player 9 Tip 6: Respect the Chain of Command 10 Tip 7: Beware of Office Politics 12 Tip 8: Develop Good Work Habits 14 Tip 9: Act Like a Professional 16 Tip 10: Professionalism Checklist 18 Part 2: Mind Your Manners Tip 11: Practice Gender-Neutral Etiquette 21 Tip 12: Master Business Entertaining 22 Tip 13: Tip Appropriately 24 Tip 14: Model Mealtime Etiquette 25 Tip 15: Meet and Greet People 27 Tip 16: Mind Your Cubicle Manners 31 Tip 17: Don’t Blow Smoke 33 Tip 18: Manners Checklist 35 Page vii Part 3: Act Like a Professional Tip 19: Socialize Without Damaging Your Reputation 39 Tip 20: Have Professional Relationships 40 Tip 21: Network Like a Pro 41 Tip 22: Dress the Part 43 Tip 23: Be Well Groomed 44 Tip 24: Communicate Professionally 46 Tip 25: Be Assertive, Not Aggressive 48 Tip 26: Watch Your Body Language 49 Tip 27: Listen and Learn 51 Tip 28: Give and Receive Feedback 52 Tip 29: Maximize Phone and E-Mail Messages 54 Tip 30: Communication Checklist 57 Part 4: Improve Your Skills Tip 31: Keep Learning and Improving 61 Tip 32: Improve Your Writing Skills 62 Tip 33: Present Like a Pro 64 Tip 34: Be a Problem Solver, Not a Problem 65 Tip 35: Make Good Decisions 66 Tip 36: Set and Achieve Goals 68 Tip 37: Schedule Your Time 70 Tip 38: Organize Your Workspace 73 Tip 39: Manage Meetings Efficiently 74 Tip 40: Improvement Checklist 75 Page viii Part 5: Cope with Challenges Tip 41: Manage Difficult Situations 79 Tip 42: Handle Mistakes and Apologies 80 Tip 43: Defuse Conflict 82 Tip 44: Manage Anger 83 Tip 45: Interact Effectively with Difficult People 84 Tip 46: Deal with Pressure and Stress 86 Tip 47: Avoid Gossip and Backbiting 87 Tip 48: Beware of Sexual Harassment 88 Tip 49: Practice Intercultural Courtesy 90 Tip 50: Success Checklist 91 Professionalism Assessment 93 Answer Keys 95 Additional Reading 101 Most of the information in this book applies to North America and Europe.