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Professionalism

The practical performance of mastery
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Timothy King

on 19 April 2015

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Transcript of Professionalism

interest
talent
commitment to train
willingness to submit to and recognize expertise & learn
rigorous self awareness
willingness to expand skills
ability to critically self-assess
the demands of
of mastery
Professionalism
The practical performance of mastery.
When you recognize you are able to do something better than the majority of other people you don't see it as others do. Non expert observers perceive this as mastery, but the person performing masterfully is a much more capable and stern critic of their performance. From their perspective mastery is always another step away.
integrity
responsibility
competence
accountability
supports
drives
drives
drives
results from
demands
demands
The Beginnings of Excellence
mentors
colleagues
networks
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