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Professionalism

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Samantha Angulo

on 12 April 2015

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Transcript of Professionalism

How can you dress inappropriately to an interview?
Unprofessional Dress
Tight or revealing clothes
Jeans
T-shirts
Unbuttoned shirts
Wearing shorts
Sandals/ slides/ open toed shoes
What to do?
Effects of inappropriate dress
Dealing with unprofessional dress = awkward
Inappropriate clothing can be distracting + make a small business look unprofessional.
Dressing too sexy can also have psychological effects = less competent,regardless of their skill sets.
Be clean and neat
Clean fingernails
Clean teeth
Neat shoes
Combed hair
Clean face
No gum, candy or, cigarettes.
Professionalism
Appearance
Citation Page
http://idealistcareers.org/5-things-to-research-before-your-job-interview/

http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2013/07/22/what-does-it-mean-to-be-professional-at-work

http://www.gcflearnfree.org/interviewingskills/2/print

http://smallbusiness.chron.com/address-inappropriate-dress-employee-19391.html

http://www.careercast.com/career-news/research-company-job-interview

http://www.wikihow.com/Research-the-Company-Before-Your-Job-Interview

http://careernetwork.msu.edu/jobs-internships/appearance-and-attire/dressing-for-interviews.html

http://www.columbustech.edu/career-connections/attire.htm

http://careerplanning.about.com/od/workplacesurvival/a/professionalism.htm
Preparation
Preparing for the
interview
Presenting Yourself
• Go to the company website or other websites that have information on the article




• If you know anyone who is in that business, then maybe ask for some pointers

• Research about the company products and services

• Note the company mission

• Write down the company’s strategic goals

• Prepare insightful questions that you may want to ask
What should a person know about the company they are interviewing for?
• Method of formulating questions interviewer might ask
situation
tasks
actions
results



See if company is right for you
mission of company
organization's purpose
challenges and successes
environment/community

• Extra methods
map quest
past employees
products/services sold
companies level in industry

Professionalism is the person's conduct at work.
You have to be on time to show that you care about your job.
Come to work with a good mood.
Watch your language because it would as if you have a limited vocabulary.
Gossiping is not tolerated in the work.
Have a positive attitude.
You should own your mistake and not hide from it.

Pay attention to the cultural forms in your organization, and follow them.
Treat other people with respect.
Take your work seriously and not as a joke.
While you are at work you have to speak and write professionally.
Show up reliably when it comes to your job.

Professionalism In Different Forms
MIA


Explore your role
key players
competition
coworkers
understanding and knowledge
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