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HOW TO PRESENT YOURSELF PROFESSIONALLY

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HOW TO PRESENT YOURSELF PROFESSIONALLY
SKILLS
The ability to do something well

A proper set of skills will be able to create a positive impression of yourself to others

Employers in this modern time look for employees that are skillful and talented

Skills shape and define the type of person we are
KNOWLEDGE
Facts, information, and skills acquired through experience or education

Theoretical or practical understanding of a subject

One needs to be well equipped with the proper amount of knowledge when presenting themselves professionally

Apply knowledge gained
INTRODUCTION
Professionalism includes practicing basic etiquette and following the norms of acceptable behavior

The impression you create is based on your professionalism be at meetings, interviews or meeting new people

The way you act, dress, speak or even shake a person's hand represents who you are

Other than appearance, the 3 points are attitude, skills and knowledge
ATTITUDE
The way you behave, the way you think and the way you treat others

A good attitude may increase your chances for a promotion or a raise if you are a positive role model for others witnin your department at work

A good atitude is the first thing to do for a professional person
CONFIDENCE
Knowing what you're good at, the value you provide, and acting in a way that conveys that to others

Having a smile planted on your face shows you have confidence in yourself

A firm handshake creates a positive first impression of yourself

Speak loud and clear with enthusiasm

Being confident requires you to practice a lot
OPEN MINDEDNESS
It is the way to show your professionalism

Be modest and acknowledge that no one is perfect

Others opinions help you to realize the problems that you have and helps you to deal with it in a way that is not absurd

Knowing your shortcomes well will eliminate all the obstacles that are keeping you away from becoming more professional.
PROACTIVE
Have the ability to control it before it brings any harm

Develop a mindset that looks to solve problems instead of dwelling on them

Learn something for the sake of learning

Evaluate your procedures and processes as you use them
POSITIVITY
A person needs to be optimistic about everything

A positive being results in a positive environment

Have a positive outlook when faced with challenges

View problems in a positive manner instead of being negative
COMMUNICATION SKILLS
The imparting or exchanging of information by speaking, writing, or using some other medium

The way we convey a message determines the response we receive

Think before you speak

Be approachable and listen to what people have to say
CREATIVE SKILLS
Relating or involving the use of the imagination or original ideas to create something

Look at new ways in solving problems

Do not fear to run free with your imagination

Express yourself through different mediums to express creativity
WRITING SKILLS
The activity or skill of writing

Compose a message with clarity and straight to the point

Use proper grammar and vocabulary when writing

If it is hand written, be sure to have a neatly written message
ORGANIZING SKILLS
Arranging several elements into a purposeful sequential

Organize your tasks in the form of your priorities

Know how to manage your time well

Make full use of planners to plan events or day to day activities
TACIT KNOWLEDGE
Knowledge that is difficult to transfer to another person by means of writing it down or verbalizing it

Regarded as being the most valuable source of knowledge

Make full use of the knowledge you already have about something that is not easy to be learned
CONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE
Known as procedural knowledge, or knowledge on how to do something

People who claim to know how to juggle, or how to drive, are not simply claiming that they understand the theory involved in those activities

Take up new activities and learn the tricks

Always be open to new things to help develop yourself
ETHICS KNOWLEDGE
Moral principles that govern a person's behavior or the conducting of an activity

Ability to decide between good and bad

Setting standards
THE END
REENA NAIR
MA JINJING
SHARVEENDRA
WINNIE
ECHOLAS LEE
WONG PECK WAH

CONCLUSION
Important in shaping us as human beings.

More approachable

Seem professional in working environment.
Attitude
Skills
Help us to complete the tasks given.

More confident


Knowledge
Vital in one's life.

Help you in variety of ways.
Help us in ways we could never imagine.

Lead us to a bright future.

Create a more productive work environment.
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