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Professionalism and Organization
Transcript of Professionalism and Organization
by Megan Garcia, Sarah Humbles, Jarrett Shaver, and Jacob Wolf
To be organized is to:
What is Organization?
Acting with an air of professionalism is:
standing with confidence
efficiency and skill
What is Professionalism?
How do we Know?
We believe that by using
, among other traits such as goal setting, resolution, etc. a student is better able to give a stellar presentation to a captivated audience.
How Do They Relate?
These two skills are closely related, in that one helps to build the other:
keeping organized builds professional demeanor
organization equals confidence during presentations
confidence leads to a trusting audience
by being confident and comfortable, you tend to stutter and use fillers less
Similarities and Differences
dedication and practice
skills fundamental to success in school and post-education experiences
organization has to do with preference
professionalism has to do with behavior and demeanor
What About Understanding?
Why Does Understanding Benefit Us?
guarantees the location of important documents
builds on confidence
carrying yourself in a dignified manner(trust of the audience)
gives people the impression you know exactly what you are talking about
helps to calm your nerves
organizing our Google Drives
working organization into everyday life
dressing appropriately for presentations (like us!)
Joseph, Chris. "10 Characteristics of Professionalism." Small Business. Demand Media, n.d. Web. 8 Nov. 2013.
Norton, Alan. "10 Things That Define a True Professional." TechRepublic. N.p., 27 July 2010. Web. 8 Nov. 2013.
Page, Clint. "Top 10 Skills for High-School Students." Family Education. N.p., n.d. Web. 8 Nov. 2013.
UC Berkeley. "10 Tips to Stay Organized." College Tools. UC Berkeley, 2010. Web. 8 Nov. 2013.
We know this because:
Organization is often promoted in school settings
We are encouraged to maintain an organized Google Drive
It has often been mentioned as a necessary tool in modules
We know this because:
we often see leaders of companies and corporations acting with this confidence
school facilitators model this behavior daily
Often taught in our learning modules
Classmates will participate in an six-question quiz to test their knowledge of our two topics.
Candy will be rewarded to those who answer correctly!
#1. Which one of these is not a way that professionalism benefits us?
A. you will carry yourself in a dignified manner
B. you will know what your talking about
C. your nerves will be calm
D. you will
stand up straight
#2. What are some next steps to being professional?
Candy will be given out in reward for correct answers to this short and simple quiz! Good luck!
Psst...Where's the Evidence?
These claims are fully supported in the information found in the module depicting Presentation Tips and Tricks!
#3. Name one aspect of your life where you can apply organization.
#4. What is one reason professionalism is key while presenting?
A. It makes you look cool
B. Allows for a trusting audience
C. Transforms you into a unicorn
D. It isn't important in presenting
#5 Choose the false statement about the connection between these two topics
a) Keeping organized builds professional demeanor
b) Confidence leads to a trusting audience
c) By being confident you tend to stutter and use less verbal fillers
d) They both have to do with making a good presentation
#6 Give one example on how these topics benefit us